I was joking with my friend @kazuriphotographycanberra that I’m going to audition for Farmer Tulip Wants A Wife (as if that show exists in Holland) because I want to hog and take pictures of the tulip fields myself. Sounds stupid and impossible, right? 🤣
When we went to Antwerp, our friend, Eddy kindly offered to take us to a place where we could see blooming blossoms. He didn’t mention what kind of blossoms but you know me, without a second thought I said yes.
It was kinda surprise journey. I didn’t know where we went. All I knew it was far, over an hours drive, close to the France border, and he’d pick up the route directions from his friend/and client. I thought Eddy would take us to the Japanese Garden at Hasselt to see cherry blossoms but when I confirmed it with Eddy, he said no. He kept me guessing 😀
After awhile, suddenly there were white blossoms everywhere. As far as I could see was white.
Long story short, we arrived at Eddy’s friend. He owns a store that supplies farming products in the region as well as pear and apple orchards. He told us where to go. That’s it folks! Yours truly went crazy, running around the orchards. Don’t worry, no blossoms were harmed and I didn’t need to audition for Farmer Pear Wants A Wife 🤣🤣 Btw, we were at St. Truiden. It lies in the Haspengouw, which is supposed to be the largest fruit-growing region in Western Europe, approximately 10 mins drive from the French Walloon border.