Is it summer yet? Hmm, it feels like w’ere still stuck in March although it is already May. But I guess it’s what’s happening in the world right now that makes me feel like nothing new has happened. However, so much has actually happened. The longer this social distance takes, the more I talk about all this with friends and the more I hear people saying how not only their lives but also their mindsets have changed. Oh… and that’s for the better! For me too, a lot of things are changing and how happy am I that summer is around the corner. So, it’s finally time to wheel in some season-proof clothing. Uhhuh! These are the spring/summer must haves that you cannot go without…
Pristine white sands & breathtakingly blue waters: the beaches of the Dominican Republic had me in awe. I have been longing back to this beautiful country ever since I set foot back on Dutch land. But it’s not only the beautiful beaches that made an impression. Colorful colonial houses, bits of street art, the most delicious soul food & sweet Dominican people made this press trip with Go Dom Rep into a travel experience never to forget. In this blogpost I am telling you everything about the many treasures that the Dominican Republic holds. Oh, and all of these places are 100% instagrammable!
Where to go? No where. What to do? The same as yesterday, probably. I guess that after three weeks of quarantine most of us are getting bored now. And that sounds a little insulting, cause with what’s happening in the world at the moment, boredom seems to be our last problem. However, let’s admit that at the beginning of all this, it was ok. Staying at home seemed like a mini break from work and in week 2 we may even have realized that this is the perfect time to work on ourselves. By week 3 however, and knowing that this will take a while longer, we might be done with all this. So how to spice up you life and quarantine wardrobe? I’m giving you the tips!
Beautiful landscapes, white beaches, impressive architecture, a rich culture and loads of historical myths; Greece is full of places to explore and stories to listen to. I had been there quite some times, but had never visited the main land although Athens had always fascinated me. A few months ago I finally visited the region of Attica during a press trip and I had such a blast. In this post I will tell you a little bit more about the places we’ve visited and why these should be on your hot list!