Our photo of Ginnie Springs was published in one of the most recent articles on Narcity.com. This about the fact that Nestlé wants to use these beautiful natural springs to bottle water. In this way a lot of damage is done to the natural eco-system of the sources. We had a great experience in Ginnie Springs and with great love we support the project that wants to prevent the exploitation of these resources. Read their full article here and don’t forget to sign the petition.
I recently had an interview with LieveNieuws. A magazine that monthly ends up in the mail of the inhabitants of Lievegem. Lievegem is the new name for a number of merged municipalities in Belgium, including Zomergem, where I grew up. It was a great honor for me when they asked me if I wanted to tell something more about my hobby as a travel blogger for their January edition about traveling. Below you can read the result.
I’m sorry but the article is only available in Dutch.
During the summer vacation of 2019 we traveled to the Deep South of the United States. On our road trip through no less than 6 states, we also stopped in the picturesque town of Savannah. Savannah is located in Georgia, also known as the peach town. We stayed in the beautiful hotel The Alida where we had dinner at restaurant Rhett on the ground floor. In Rhett we enjoyed delicious, local, culinary dishes with a modern twist. The magnificent interior with a nod to the authentic 50ties dinner also contributed to a great evening. In short, we had an amazing time there.