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The Belgian Stereotypes are True

When I thought of Belgium before my Europe tour via wohnwagen (camper) started, I envisioned pommes (French Fries), and chocolate. I honestly had no idea what the country had to offer, and I was pleasantly surprised. We visited three towns in Belgium, each with its own surprises. Gent Gent surprised me the most out of... Continue Reading →


My blog about Luxembourg will be about as proportionately long as the country itself. In short, we drove through the country on our way to France, and the entire country was one big traffic jam. I was in a gas station, but I failed to see anything remarkable or unique. I didn't even take a... Continue Reading →

Medieval market

On a very sunny, humid, and hot day in June, I went to my first Medieval Market clad in a floor length mideval style dress. Reagrdless of the heat wave that it became in the relentless midafternoon sun, Silas and I saw mock fights, ate nougat, and drank beer in medieval attire and fashion. I... Continue Reading →

My first steps in Dänemark

Dänemark, as it is called in German, is only 42 minutes away from my home. That's a shorter drive than I would sometimes take to go out to eat or see a concert back in the US. Ever since I've come to Germany, it's been tantalizingly close and an ever-present subject on my to-do list.... Continue Reading →


Amsterdam is one of those cities famous in American cinema mainly for its unique architectural and liberal perspective. A city rich in history, you can see the Anne Frank house, serene canals, sex workers, and coffee shops all in one day. I never thought it to be a city I would go to, save to... Continue Reading →

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