Camille Van Puymbroeck.

Camille Van Puymbroeck is a Belgian freelance journalist with a big interest in anything lifestyle and ecology-related. Nothing makes her more happy than visiting a former Soviet building, overgrown by nature, equipped with a camera and a coffee. Not without an Italian meal afterwards, of course. Her work has previously been published in Metro, Sabato Magazine and Culinaire Ambiance.

16 November 2023

New Indonesian hotel claims to be “the skinniest in the world”

We’ve heard about small hotels before but ‘skinny’ is not a term we’d usually associate with the travel business. However, there’s a first time for everything. […]
15 November 2023

These are 3 of the best burgers in Spain

Not every burger is created equally. The quality of the bread, the meat, the vegetables… everything counts towards the taste of the dish as a whole. […]
15 November 2023 launches cruise section in the US

After adding Flights to its offer in 2019, is now expaning its offer even more for customer in the United States, with the launch of […]
14 November 2023

You can send your name to deep space with NASA’s “Message in a Bottle”

Even though space tourism is starting to get off the ground, most of us will probably never travel to the moon, Mars or anywhere else beyond […]
14 November 2023

Japan gets a new island after volcanic eruption

Countries growing bigger, it’s not something most of us are confronted with on a daily basis – a few exceptions aside, such as Iceland, which grows […]
13 November 2023

Blue Lagoon spa in Iceland temporarily closed due to possible volcanic eruption

Since October 25th, Iceland’s most populated region has been hit by a series of earthquakes. The area around Mount Thorbjorn on the Reykjanes Peninsula has been […]
13 November 2023

Chinese airline honours $1.30 flight tickets sold during glitch

On Wednesday November 8th, over a timespan of just two hours, travellers were able to find some very good deals through China Southern Airlines’ app and […]
3 November 2023

Could these be the world’s most dangerous natural wonders?

Nature can be breathtakingly beautiful, but we all know that nature can also be ruthless. And that goes for each and every aspect of it. Animals […]
2 November 2023

Wallonia is welcoming its first light festival this winter

The end of the year is synonym to less light and that’s something most of us tend to dread. The shorter days mean that, during the […]
1 November 2023

Museums in Paris are hosting yoga classes

Combining arts and sports seems like a difficult thing to do. Most of the time, you’re either looking at art, all dressed up for the occasion […]
31 October 2023

The ultimate auction for movie lovers to take place in London this November

What’s better than watching your favourite movie over and over again? Watching your favourite movie over and over again while holding one of its main characters’ […]
31 October 2023

Michelin star chef releases a cookbook inspired by PSG players’ favourite meals

Traditionally, football fans have a lot of ways to honour their favourite player or club. From t-shirts to video games, from scarves to coffee mugs, from […]
30 October 2023

Europe’s ‘most haunted’ villages revealed just in time for Halloween

Halloween, you either hate it or love it. Although traditions like trick-or-treating are not that common in Europe, the continent is abundant in “haunted” places that […]
26 October 2023

Brussels ‘Madame Moustache’ rises from the dead for one Halloween night

When it comes to Brussels institutions, you could of course talk about Manneken Pis or the Atomium, but for many inhabitants of the Belgian Capital, Madame […]
26 October 2023

An escape room is set to embark on a high speed train in France

Travelling by train is a beautiful way to get somewhere at a fairly high speed while still seeing some of your surroundings, contrary to when you […]
17 October 2023

How climate change will decrease beer quality by 2050

What impact will climate change have on what we eat and what we drink? It’s a question that keeps many scientists occupied and not without reason, […]