The Spartacus International Gay Guide ranks Belgium on a shared 17th place in its Spartacus Gay Travel Index 2023. This year‘s most gay travel friendly countries are Malta, Canada and Switzerland.
Royal de Luxe Giants return to Antwerp from 25 to 27 August 2023
From Friday 25 to Sunday 27 August, the city of Antwerp will again welcome the Giants of Royal de Luxe, the famous French street theater company. Royal de Luxe has visited Antwerp several times over the past 20 years with their impressive performances. Even now, the arrival of these giants is traditionally accompanied by a…
ANTWERP | ‘Stories of Refuge’ exhibition at Red Star Line Museum
Until 11 December, the Red Star Line Museum in Antwerp hosts the temporary exhibition ‘Stories of Refuge‘. A topical exhibition, now with the war Russia is waging against Ukraine.
Autumn 2021. In theory we could travel to other continents, but destinations we had in mind such as Japan or the United Kingdom were impossible to plan ahead. Instead we organised a rail trip to Eastern Europe, travelling to Berlin, Gdańsk, Wrocław, Karlovy Vary, Pilsen, Bratislava, Poprad, Vienna, Linz and Salzburg. By travelling to Germany,…
2025 WorldPride in Kaohsiung, Taiwan
InterPride has announced Kaohsiung City in Taiwan wil host WorldPride 2025. A bold choice. The other bidding city (pride) was Washington DC‘s Capital Pride.
Gender neutral uniforms for Aero K flight and cabin crew and ground personnel
Nico made me aware of the new airline Aero K from South Korea. At its launch, this low cost carrier present gender neutral uniforms for its employees. It also collaborates with LAKA, a gender neutral make-up brand.
Shall we just cancel 2020?
Coronavirus COVID-19 or sars-CoV-2-virus is omnipresent. As I am writing this, Belgium is in a ‘lockdown light’. Quarantine. Confinement. Call it what you want.
Night train from Ninh Binh to Da Nang, a review of the Vietnamese Reunification Express
On my year-long world trip, I recently had a visit from my mother. We travelled through Vietnam together for almost three weeks. It was a very confrontational trip, one filled with stunning vistas, poverty, hope and very resilient people.
VIDEO | Formula 1 Vietnam Grand Prix Circuit in Hanoi: “same, same, but different”
In 2020, the Formula 1 championship will travel to Hanoi for the Vietnam Grand Prix. The news has been confirmed and the track has been presented.