Music Mondays: but there was nothing to save

We’ve certainly had a successful few days of Easter holidays in Luxembourg. Today (a public holiday here in Luxembourg, unlike Good Friday), the weather has been absolutely awful, but we still managed to head out to a village called Nospelt, where they have a little Easter Monday market and where they sell these adorable little clay bird whistles. We also visited Dunkin Donuts for the first time (ridiculous, I know) and were pleasantly surprised by the delicious doughnut array.

Yesterday, however, was a true success story. We headed over to Esch-sur-Sûre (armed with DSLRs and two packets of Twistees), and hiked for around 9km around the area. It was glorious, and we only got rained on for about two minutes. The hike was a little tough at times for a novice like me, but we had a lot of fun, and the scenery was breathtakingly beautiful. The village itself is also very pretty, and I’d love to go back and visit the castle and the church properly.

Tomorrow, it’s back to work, and I’m also going to have so much proofreading work to do over the next few months – I don’t know how I’m going to survive. At least there’s more light in the day now, so that’s encouraging.

I’d also like to mention that a little interview with me was featured on the Sunday Circle (a Maltese magazine) yesterday, so check it out if you haven’t yet, and hello to any new readers! :)

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