Water
Photo of the Week

Water

With autumn comes the rainy season. To a seasoned hiker, a bit of rain is not a challenge (if equipped with the proper hiking gear), and we know that rain also brings forth many wondrous things. Once you’ve enjoyed the tapping of rain on the leaves of a forest, smelled the wet undergrowth after a … Continue reading

Nostalgia
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Nostalgia

This time two years ago I was preparing for a three-week long trip to Mexico. It turned out to be one of the most memorable¬†journeys I ever took, so no wonder I still reminisce about the time spent there. Last weekend I attended a chocolate-making demonstration at Planete Chocolat in Brussels and nostalgia swept over … Continue reading

Quest
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Quest

A quest by definition is a long and arduous search for something, an expedition to accomplish a preset task. It involves a considerable amount of strenuous effort and albeit an uplifting experience, it’s difficult and tiring. Medieval knights and heroes of fairy tales set out on quests, to rescue princesses from overbearing captors, to battle … Continue reading

Chasing Ice
Interviews

Chasing Ice

Torben Jensen is a fellow writer and avid traveler with a newly-found passion for photography. He’s originally from Denmark, but left his home country and currently lives in Ireland. Apart from writing, traveling and photography, he adores anything book-related, which he frequently blogs about. This time around, we share some stories about his rare trip … Continue reading