two days in maastricht (also known as mestreech among the locals)
05.08.20 – 06.08.20
at the beginning of august, i spent two days in the capital of limburg, but it felt like two hours. we had so much fun that time, our companion, seemed to slip through our hands. but i didn’t mind! and i still don’t mind! we had the best time and it couldn’t have been better. the sun was out and we did everything on our list. and by that i mean my list, the one that i made after researching all the best spots in maastricht. two perfect, hot days in a perfect city. and now, a little post filled with photographs of moments which are now memories.
hi lovelies! it’s been a while… almost a month! i hope you had a nice august. i’ve definitely had a lovely august and september started off well. i did a little back to school diy since i couldn’t find any nice new notebooks and i still had some lined ones laying around!
I remember sitting down in a café in a town close to the English coast. Seagulls and salt and fish & chips restaurants. Piers and crashing waves and wind. I was with my family and we decided to have an afternoon tea at Billy’s. Our new favourite after that trip.
I remember sitting outside, enjoying the summer sun we were so grateful of. We drank tea and ordered scones and cake. I don’t know who ordered the Victoria Sponge cake or if it was just included with everything else, but it would be the first time I tasted it. I remember it being very delicious, but I never ate it again after that. Which is a shame! In my memory this cake was delicious and that is why I wanted to bake it myself…
There’s nothing better than discovering a great book and realizing that there is more of that amazingness after you’ve read the first book. It’s the original binging and it’s great. But the search for a said book series is a difficult one. At least, in my experience. That is why I want to sum up my favorites in this post! I do hope a fellow booklover reads this and can give me recommendations as well 😉