There are hotels and then there are hotels. Sometimes you simply spend the night, but there are also hotels where you will be enchanted from the moment you enter the building. The luxurious Boscolo Budapest is such a magical place.
Spring is my favourite season. Warm glints of sunlight wake up the ladybirds who were hibernating in our house. White and pink flowers from the blossoming fruit trees decorate the vineyard. Tiny little grapes start growing.. Or not?
Viňales is authentic Cuba. You’ll be charmed by its colourful wooden houses that almost all have a rocking chair on the porch. In the streets you see old cars, motorcycles, and horse-drawn carriages.
I love Amsterdam! Over the years, I’ve spend countless hours walking its streets and canals. I’ve been to many restaurants over there, but there are five that stood out for me personally.
One year ago we decided to buy a vineyard. Last year, I’ve seen how the vineyard seems to come to life again with the arrival of spring. Now it’s nearly bud break time again, a good moment to sit down and reflect on the past year.
Ever heard of Koshu? Neither did I. Yet it’s the most famous wine from Japan. Of course, I had to try this white wine when I was in Japan.
Nishiki Market, Kyoto’s largest traditional food market, was unlike anything I’ve seen before. Also known as ‘Kyoto’s pantry’; it’s the place to go for the best ingredients in town.
Jankovac is a hidden gem in Croatia. The frozen waterfall will take your breath away and completely covered in snow, the parc looks like a fairytale.
Most people react a bit surprised when they hear for the first time about our vineyard in Croatia. It’s not as if we really planned to buy a vineyard and start making wine ourselves. Read here the story how we ended up all over there.