Around the world in a lifetime

The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page – Augustine of Hippo

About

Hello you!

Whoever you are, wherever you are: if you are reading my blog, you are most welcome.
My name is Lucie and I live in Belgium. A small, little country in the world. It’s a nice country to live in though. But that doesn’t stop me from dreaming about other destinations…

So I’ve decided to start a traveling blog. Why? Because I like traveling. But I can’t do it as much as I want to. So this is the next best thing for me. It doesn’t come even close to the real thing, but it keeps me busy and occupied. And it keeps the dream alive.

So what is this blog about? It’s about traveling – of course. It’s about inspiration. It’s about dreaming. Via the menu on top you can scroll around my blog: there’s my experiences in citytrips/ roadtrips or others trips in one country. But there’s also a list of “to do’s” for coming roadtrips or roadtrips that I’ve already done. I’ve also decided to make a theme around Belgium. You never know that I can inspire some of you to come and visit my home country :-).

Just scroll and read and you’ll find out if this blog is something for you to follow.

I hope you enjoy it. If you in return have some nice tips for countries that I haven’t visited but are on my to-do list, please let me know in the reactions.

Kind greetings,
Lucie.

Other blogs that I made:
– My Erasmus (6 months in Valencia) – https://luciewafel.wordpress.com/
– My Internship (2 months in South Africa)  –  https://luciewafel2.wordpress.com/

 

 

 

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