Sint Maarten; the friendly island, also known as the culinary capital of the Caribbean (and for a good reason, I know now). With 37 beaches, none of which are privately owned, you’d think of it as the perfect place to have a vacay, come to your senses and relax. But, there is so much more to this island! I visited the beautiful Dutch and French part of the island during November, a month full of gastronomy events and festivities (tip, if you’re a foodie you should definitely visit during this time of the year!). And here I am giving you an overview of what not to miss!


    5 Must-Visit Places in Milos

    Milos Island, located in the Aegean Sea, is a hidden gem of Greece, known for its stunning landscapes, crystal-clear waters, and unique geological formations. Famous for its rich history and vibrant culture, Milos offers visitors a perfect blend of natural beauty and traditional charm. From picturesque villages to breathtaking beaches, this island has something for everyone. Here are the top 5 must-visit places in Milos that you should not miss. 1. Plaka Plaka, the capital of Milos, is a charming village perched atop a hill, offering panoramic views of the island and the sea. Known for its narrow, winding streets, whitewashed houses, and vibrant bougainvillaea, Plaka is the perfect place…


    Hotel review: Mercure Antwerp City Centre

    When visiting Antwerp, I think of a bubbly city that reminds me of Amsterdam but… with a certain cuteness and as we say in Holland, the soft G. Our southern neighbors have both the elegance of France and the allure of the Dutch and I always love visiting Belgium for both of these reasons. Even better to celebrate New Year’s Eve here, as I saw Antwerp in a lot of top 5 cities to celebrate New Years… Now I know why… Let me tell you all about our stay in Mercure and why it is not just the perfect stay for New Years Eve, but throughout the whole year!


    The Beauty of Charleston’s Pineapple Fountain and Its Other Iconic Sights

    The Pineapple Fountain in Charleston, South Carolina is one of the city’s most iconic sights. Built-in 1983 as part of a larger public art project, this beautiful fountain stands out among the many historic buildings and attractions that make up Charleston’s unique landscape. Featuring a large pineapple at its center surrounded by cascading waterfalls, it has become an integral part of the city’s identity and culture. Visitors from all over come to marvel at its beauty and take a moment to appreciate the natural surroundings it provides. Whether you are visiting for business or pleasure, taking a few moments to experience the Pineapple Fountain can be both rewarding and inspiring.…