As usual, we spent Easter holidays in Poland — in a very remote area perfectly hidden among mountain tops away from the eyes of tourists. In a short 10 day gateaway the weather was everything between snow, heavy rains and 25 degrees Celsius and clear skies. But what made this trip less typical was the way we got there. For the first time we drove from London to Poland, crossing 5 different international borders, stopping only twice (on the way there) in order to travel over 800 miles in 16 hours. On the way back we decided to stop for one night in Bruges, mainly to enjoy the warm weather and great wine for a bit longer. Below you can see a photo summary of our stopover in Belgium.