Three cycle rides through the spectacular flowering fruit orchards of the Haspengouw
I am a full-time freelance writer based in Belgium, where I now have joint Belgian-British nationality. My day job is a technical copywriter, which involves writing content for websites, blog posts, white papers, presentations, video scripts etc., for companies in a range of industry sectors.
Discovering Belgium is my personal blog focusing, not surprisingly, on Belgium. It covers suggestions for days out, hikes, cycle rides, nature reserves, castles, museums, city trips and much more.
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The GR 121 long-distance path from Wavre to La Roche is varied, interesting and a wonderful introduction to the GR 121.
The Sloping Lock of Ronquières has to be seen to be believed. And you can take a boat trip on this incredible piece of Belgian engineering
If you’re bored of walking around Tervuren Park on a Sunday afternoon, here’s an opportunity to break the habit and explore the nearby lovely Flemish countryside
An open letter to travel writer Bill Bryson, in response to critical remarks he made about Belgium in one of his books
A pleasant walk along the River Dijle which flows through Sint-Agatha-Rode, named after the patron saint of breast cancer
Two walks that take you through the heart of Flanders Fields to some of the most poignant World War One cemeteries.
Outstanding detective work by Belgian woodcarver Patrick Damiaens led to a valuable carving being reunited with its home in England decades after being lost.
Two different walks to explore Domain Solvay, the Chateau de La Hulpe, the Folon Art Museum, and the surrounding woodland
A morning 10 km country walk to go with your afternoon visit to the Tower of Eben-Ezer that I covered in a previous post
Seed-heads can often be as striking as a colourful flower. Take the plant known as Old Man’s Beard, for example…
And now for Something Completely Different! I guarantee that the Tower of Eben-Ezer is unlike anything you’ve ever seen before.
Looking for shapes and patterns in nature can transform a morning walk in your local park or forest into a journey of discovery
An enjoyable 20 km circular walk starting and ending at Florival railway station
May they rust in peace