On Wednesday I took my mother-in-law to see the highly anticipated Jan Taminiau Reflections exhibit at the Centraal Museum in my hometown of Utrecht. The website advised to buy tickets online and they were in fact sold in time-slots. I can see why: it was very crowded and it was quite a feat on my side to get my shots without any visitors in them.
I have been walking past the Massimo Dutti store in my town many times without even so much as a sideways glance. Strange that. Because yesterday
Here is the thing: it does not happen every day you get asked to take a tour of the latest hotel to open its doors in your hometown, so when it does happen there might be a slight tendency on my part to go overboard on the photographic front. In my defense: there was indeed much to photograph so I am sure you will pardon me in advance for the abundance of photos in this particular blog post.
Sometimes the simplest of stores have the cutest items. Such is the case with that Dutch staple of all stores: Hema.
It is safe to say I am a city girl and to see me venture out into nature, or even something resembling nature, is an oddity. The funny thing is, when it does happen
Very cute indeed: Talud9, a small coffee & winebar situated in Utrecht on a very well-known little square called ‘t Wed. The house dates from around 1500 and has a quiet cosy feel to it. No laptop wielding hipsters in sight but instead
Life can get pretty hectic for everyone and while it is customary to start yearning for days off or even a proper holiday when it starts
Ask a Dutchie what he wants on his sandwich and chances are the answer will be cold cuts. Yes I know, we have a reputation for being
Confession time: I adore hotels. I just can’t help it, that feeling I get of
Despite a recent and sudden attachment to Japanese roasted green tea I am, at heart, a coffee-kind-of-girl. Unsweetened soy latte with a generous dash of cinnamon is my poison and i usually