Monthly Archives: June 2014

June Randoms

This month we visited Normandy.  Soon after, Tom went to China on a biz trip where he got to drive every guy’s dream car: Since Tom was in China for the entire week, Nathalie and Aunt Nitin so kindly invited

June Randoms

This month we visited Normandy.  Soon after, Tom went to China on a biz trip where he got to drive every guy’s dream car: Since Tom was in China for the entire week, Nathalie and Aunt Nitin so kindly invited

Scenes from Rome

Recently, a friend asked “ what’s your dream holiday destination “?  And my mind was – blank.  I don’t know.  I never thought about it.  And my first thought was our first roadtrip together – to Italy.  It was my

Scenes from Rome

Recently, a friend asked “ what’s your dream holiday destination “?  And my mind was – blank.  I don’t know.  I never thought about it.  And my first thought was our first roadtrip together – to Italy.  It was my

Brunch @ Gaudron

We were introduced when we met up with friends who live in the same area.   Gaurdron is just a 7 mins drive from us, located in a cosy little square full of brunch places.  This place is not cheap.  An

Brunch @ Gaudron

We were introduced when we met up with friends who live in the same area.   Gaurdron is just a 7 mins drive from us, located in a cosy little square full of brunch places.  This place is not cheap.  An

Yamayu Santatsu

This is the very first Japanese restaurant Tom took me to I think in my first month of arrival in Belgium when we wanted to splurge on Asian food.  We ended up spend over 60 Euros for just 10 pcs

Yamayu Santatsu

This is the very first Japanese restaurant Tom took me to I think in my first month of arrival in Belgium when we wanted to splurge on Asian food.  We ended up spend over 60 Euros for just 10 pcs

Normandy: Bayeux, Honfleur

Our last day in Normandy.  We started out by visiting the Bayeux  Tapestry Musem for which we bought the tickets on the very first day.  The tapestry was 70 metres long!  But it was beautifully preserved and made with such

Normandy: Bayeux, Honfleur

Our last day in Normandy.  We started out by visiting the Bayeux  Tapestry Musem for which we bought the tickets on the very first day.  The tapestry was 70 metres long!  But it was beautifully preserved and made with such

Normandy: Mont St Michel, American Cemetery, Caan

And Day 2 started with the ever magical Mont Saint Michel!  The weather was BEAUTIFUL, blue sky dotted with clouds, sunny and breeezyyyy. I do think I prefer the night view though! Imagine, 1000 years ago, someone said, let’s go

Normandy: Mont St Michel, American Cemetery, Caan

And Day 2 started with the ever magical Mont Saint Michel!  The weather was BEAUTIFUL, blue sky dotted with clouds, sunny and breeezyyyy. I do think I prefer the night view though! Imagine, 1000 years ago, someone said, let’s go

Normandy (Part 2): D-Day Beaches, Mont St Michel

After the airshow, we drove to the Omaha beach.  I knew so little about the D-Day.  The brave and courageous beginning to the end of WWII.  The beaches were   beautiful.  So CLEAN.  Memorials were built in honour of the Allied

Normandy (Part 2): D-Day Beaches, Mont St Michel

After the airshow, we drove to the Omaha beach.  I knew so little about the D-Day.  The brave and courageous beginning to the end of WWII.  The beaches were   beautiful.  So CLEAN.  Memorials were built in honour of the Allied