It’s difficult to describe exactly what I mean by ‘café vibe’, but I’m sure that you already know what I mean by it already. It’s the combination of clinking cups, the tempting proximity of cookies and cake, and the steady stream of background noise. The scent of coffee beans and the comfy chairs; the warmth
It’s been just over a month since Jordan and I were in Ghent. Looking back on it now, it almost seems unreal. We were lucky enough to see the city on three of its brightest days, canal waters sparkling and flowers blossoming. The day we spent cycling around cobble road streets snapping shots of blue
Last month I was lucky enough to go to Ghent with one of my best friends for a weekend getaway. We’d been planning this trip for months (back in October of last year), and after saving up and finally pressing the ‘book now’ button, we were hyped to get going. Back when we booked it,
Who knew that ‘sparkling tea’ existed? Because I didn’t. Not until last month, when I spent a weekend away in Ghent, an architectural masterpiece in the west of Belgium. I have already done a post on some lip licking treats from Ghent, but there is one thing that I thought deserved its own article: Lipton’s
Scouting out new places to drink tea is a favourite pass-time of mine. For instance, I have an extensive list of places I one day hope to visit all over Birmingham, as well as other areas across the globe. The idea of leaning back into a squishy sofa with a hot cup of tea in
Best known for its junk food, Belgium is the home to beer, waffles and chocolate (amongst a long list of other tasty food). When I went to Ghent last month, I let my sweet-tooth guide me across the city in search of a few sweet treats that I could snack on during my time there.
When it comes to following a map, there are two types of people. Type A: those who will follow a map and get to the desired place immediately. Get there as soon as possible; the end. Or, type B: those who will start with the intention of following the map- but what’s that over there?