Stefan and I went to Knokke at the Belgian coast for a day and went to see the fireworks festival. I learned from my last visit to Ostend and we left early to start driving. We didn’t have any major traffic jams this time and arrived around 13.30u. I always get stressed about finding a proper parking spot so you can’t believe how happy I was when we found one only 5 minutes walking to the sea-dike.
The first thing we did was going into the sea with our feet and walk a little bit. After that, we went to search for something to eat. We found something a continued to walk to the right side of Knokke, to the Dutch border. There were some areas with a lot of kite-surfers and I hope I’ll be able to try it sometime in the future, it seemed really fun.
After a long walk, we needed to go back to the car and get a new parking ticket to avoid a fine. We continued our walk to the left side of the sea-dike. This side was more fun. We collected some shells, walked in the Directeur-Generaal Willemspark, ate something and went back because it was getting late already and we need to start searching for a good photo spot.
Last time I didn’t have all the fireworks on my screen, so I was prepared. There was music and it was a real show this time. We really enjoyed the fireworks. It didn’t last as long as the one in Ostend though.