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Rainy days  Posted on 07/28/2015
We've been in Belgium for over a week now. The first few days we were able to spend playing outside in the garden or walking in the nearby forest. But now the weather has gone from bad to worse and we are forced to spend our days...
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Three Eight Four + O Rappa Live @ Electric Brixton  Posted on 07/15/2015
Last weekend my husband was invited again by his friend for a night out. Last time the music was Mexican, this time Brazilian. The cocktail bar of choice for that evening was Three Eight Four. My husband had a watermelon Margarita (El...
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Party in the Park  Posted on 07/13/2015
On Saturday we went to Party in the Park in Woking. The theme this year was vintage. There was an outdoor Tearoom to enjoy a traditional cream tea, bands on the main stage providing the appropriate (background) music, a big screen showing...
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Summer holiday plans 2015  Posted on 07/10/2015
Now that the school year is over (I can't believe our son is already going to year 1 in only two months!) and the summer holidays have officially begun ... I need to find ways to keep a 5-year-old entertained all day. My husband has...
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Half term: Belgian coast  Posted on 07/07/2015
For half term I took our son to Belgium. Sadly my husband had to work, but my parents had rented a modest holiday home in the Westende/Middelkerke area. The weather was sunny, but a chilly wind was making us shy away from the water and...
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Lounge Bohemia + Mextronica @ Village Underground  Posted on 06/30/2015
About two months ago my husband's friend (also a Belgian living near London) invited him to a concert. The friend often sends him home-made music mixes, usually world music (mostly with African influences). This time he promised...
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Day 2 of "the completely misjudged visit"  Posted on 06/29/2015
So misjudged! And I couldn't have been happier. None of my fears came true. On the first day (see previous post) the women had the day to themselves, but being mothers we didn't quite forget about the children. The first thing we...
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Day 1 of "the dreaded visit"  Posted on 06/25/2015
I posted about an impending visit a few months ago and I have to say my fear was completely uncalled for. It definitely was a really enjoyable visit for everyone!My husband's best friend and his wife hold high positions in the Belgian...
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Pandas  Posted on 06/24/2015
Before the end of the Easter holidays we took my parents to Pairi Daiza. It had been two years since our last visit. It was and remains the best animal park I have ever been to. A return visit was in order and although the whole place is...
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Cologne zoo: day 2  Posted on 06/19/2015
On day 2 we fulfilled our promise to our son. We took him to the zoo. Our son loves all creatures big and small and a visit to the zoo, any zoo, is a huge treat for him. We were really lucky: the tram stopped right across the street from...
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  • Ososs1
    Ososs1 26 June 2015 00:03:20

    Everything is gonna b ok

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