Travels

Traveling. Leaving your own city boundaries and go somewhere else. Just 50 kilometres, or 5000. What does it matter? It’s the great unknown out there!


In the south of the Netherlands the idyllic valley of the River Geul is one of the most fantastic places for a nice walk. See for yourself…

Pentecost in Valkenburg


The oldest city of the Netherlands, but unfortunately bombed by the allied forces in 1944. They finished the destruction of the city already started by demolishing the old castle and the magnificent city walls. Why does man always need to destroy?

Historic Nijmegen


I don’t have a car, I don’t even have a driving license! So I see a lot of train stations. Ugly, old, modern, beautiful, they come in all variations. I’ll share some…

Train Stations



City of Marrakech, city of soeks, medina, Koutabia and smog. Where horses and donkeys are still forms of motorisation. Great food, splendid palaces and annoying merchants. Go there yourself if you can…  

Marrakech


The Ourika Valley is just half an hour drive from the city of Marrakech in Morocco. Although the travel guides say this valley is relatively unspoiled, this only counts for the Atlas mountains around, not the villages. They are very spoiled, but also very colourful!  

Ourika Valley


May days in South Limburg are perfect for a little walking trip. Little rivers, valleys, castles, water mills, ancient churches, it’s all there in walking distance from Valkenburg.

Walking Around Valkenburg



Ireland proved itself by showing us it’s rainy and stormy character. We didn’t expect nice weather, but a full weekend of storm, rain and hail was pushing it to the limit. But it was nice to see the house where Oscar Wilde lived (before it collapses).  

Rainy Dublin


A little trip to the beautiful Spanish island Mallorca.

Ille Mallorca