Alcyon's Nest is a nice blog about a nice family in Flanders that I keep visiting. (Dutch language)
Blogs I like
A young Belgian talent and a master of street photography whom I
envy admire very much: Artur Eranosian.
Remember the two old Muppets, Statler and Waldorf, who made very sarcastic remarks about anyone or anything they came across? Well, there was a third one named Keith, living near Smithy Lane (who constantly changes the address of his site): At Home with Keith.
BVLG keeps his finger on the pulse of Belgian and international web and ICT trends (Dutch language).
Charlie's tribe is a bunch of social misfits from different countries. Because every single one of them is too clumsy with a Kalashnikov to start a terrorist cell, they just huddle together in Brussels and blog about life in the big city.
Chocs Away, Old Girl is the place to visit to get a peek into the deep cleavage of the high-brow beau-monde of Brussels. Includes strong language, restaurant reviews and detailed analysis of Eastenders episodes.
Scott Adams is best known from the hilarious (but based on the sad truth) Dilbert comics, but he also has a weblog, aptly called The Dilbert Blog.
I'd Rather Be Blogging is the weblog of Maureen, Canada's very own Star Wars-loving, computer programming, Trekkie Geek Queen (Manitoba - Canada)
After centuries of fighting for naval supremacy and control of the high seas, the Brits are now Invading Holland.
When your loved one doesn't answer to your feelings, why not making a brilliant cartoon about it instead of soaking your pillow with tears? This and much more on Kartoen.be.
My Boyfriend is a Twat: my own fairy blogmother because she made me see that blogs can be funny and entertaining. Or make that weird and hilarious
Polskaya has some nice pictures and more nice text and lives in Antwerp, not in Poland. (Dutch language)
Sim's blog by Simone Haskell-Dowland and her lovely daughter Erika. Oh, and her husband's name is Girlpants. Seriously
For an irregular but hilarious view on everyday life with a wife, a baby and a couple of cats, grab your remote control and zap to Velcrometer.
If blogging had existed in the 19th century, it would have looked like this: David Malki's Wondermark.