Switzerland part II: Gruyères

Even if you are an American and know nothing about Europe (it’s not an insult. It just happens a lot), you might recognize this place’s name…From the supermarket…maybe….yeah? Got it? Continue reading “Switzerland part II: Gruyères”

Late-summer backyard stroll

I don’t know if you guys remember (probably not), but I posted something for spring as well as something for winter back in early days of this blog. Today, I took a walk (I wasn’t out of breath) around my backyard in Brussels again, and found a few things to show you guys. Continue reading “Late-summer backyard stroll”

Timon & Co.

This is the last post about Pairi Daiza‘s little friends. In this one, you’ll find Timon (from the Lion King… in person), an elephant and a sea lion. Continue reading “Timon & Co.”

Find the odd one out

This is the second post I’m publishing on Pairi Daiza. Can you please help me identify some of the birds in the photos below. Continue reading “Find the odd one out”

Cranes are not only for building

Below, you’ll find photos of cranes taken at Pairi Daiza -a zoo in Southern Belgium. I don’t usually like visiting zoos because I don’t think it’s necessary to keep animals captive. (Unless it’s for the purpose of saving a species). But this park is a little different, and they even take elephants on a walk around facilities once the visitors are all gone at night. Continue reading “Cranes are not only for building”

Southern Belgium: Temploux

I have two aunts. One lives in Switzerland. The other one lives in Temploux near Namur in Southern Belgium. I go visit her sometimes. The last time I went there in the winter, my aunt and I went on a little walk, and I snapped a few pictures. Here they are! Continue reading “Southern Belgium: Temploux”

Spain: a potpourri of Denia and Alicante

I had the opportunity to go back to Spain a couple weeks ago and took a few photos, though a lot fewer than the first time I went this year. Continue reading “Spain: a potpourri of Denia and Alicante”