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There is a real talent behind conjuring up the feeling of being in the middle of a busy festival site using just a sparse set and four actors – but Substance and Shadow Theatre have this talent in bucket-loads. The latest offering from the company, Tribes & Tribulations, is another … Read More
.. or at least I did! And the different was in a good, no great, way. So it going away is a little worrying in a not so good way. Four months ago (I can’t believe it’s been that long) I began this ‘journey’ (a two year yoga teacher training … Read More
Unsurprisingly a rather subdued day. Andy, Paul and I took a medicinal walk across Brussels to the motor museum (Autoworld), which I quite enjoyed – although the boys lamented the lack of 80s, 90s 00s super cars. Instead there was loads of really early cars, for me much more interesting. … Read More
Leuven beer festival took place in a conference centre outside the city. I’d deliberately not done my homework and so went without too many preconceptions other than my vision of breweries with bars set up around a field, or at least in a marquee, with people milling around and enjoying … Read More
I had no idea what to expect from an ‘escape room’ but the experience far surpassed my expectations. I don’t want to give too much away about what happens in the room so won’t say too much. Our room was a mystery of why someone had planted a bomb in … Read More
A late night, after 2.30am, led to a late morning (for some of us) by the time I emerged at gone half 10 Ben had been awake for hours and had bought croissants and waffles and orange juice for breakfast, exactly what I needed. Today we have walked many miles … Read More
Uneventful journey, first time on Eurostar, spacious apartment and all that, but… the point in being in Brussels was to sample the beer – so we wasted no time getting started. A meandering stroll from our apartment found us in the main square surrounded by stunning gilded buildings – the … Read More