Frenchydutchy is an inspiring travelblog for active travellers and nature lovers. Close to home and far away with a little predilection for nature destinations and northern countries. I love being active outdoors and I’m really fond of nature and picturesque and breathtaking landscapes. I especially enjoy exploring nature and even in the city I never miss an opportunity to explore natural areas. I never travel without my camera and I enjoy capturing special places and moments with my Nikon, Iphone and recently my GoPro. This is what I aim to reflect on my blog.
If you love everything mentionned above, you’ll feel right at home here!
My blog is named after my dual French and Dutch nationality. Spending my life in two countries made me curious so I’m always looking for an opportunity to explore other places.
Travel inspiration, emphasising on active travel, hiking, nature and beautiful places on our planet earth. You will find articles about:
My goal is to show the most beautiful places on the map with accompanying stunning photos. I also want to show that being active when travelling brings you to the most beautiful nature spots. In short, inspiring stories and a delight for your eyes! Will you follow me?
My name is Stéphanie; friendly, calm personality, sporty, impulsive and adventurous! Based in “the beautiful city behind the dunes” of The Hague I like to see more of the world.
I don’t have any background in journalism or communication and I had even less experience with setting up a website before I started this blog. Still my head was full of ideas that could not wait to be shared. After much hesitation, I decided to take the step and I created my own blog in three different languages.
The focus is primarily on the Dutch reader, but I also translate my articles (as good as possible) in English and French. A great challenge and above all a great way to share my experiences and express my creativity. I hope you and other readers will find further inspiration here!
Sitting still is not an option for me and I’m crazy about relaxing actively; walking, cycling, swimming, gym, yoga and if possible each day something different. Don’t worry, it’s not like my energy never runs out. You can also make my day with a day at the spa, an afternoon lounging on the beach, a good book, a delicious dinner in a good restaurant or a concert. Similarly, when travelling, I try to create a healthy mix between active and passive relaxation, though I regularly fail here. After all, you only live once and therefore my favorite saying is “and what shall we do next?”
Enjoy reading et à bientôt!