A few weeks ago I published a post about my last summer hike… The photos from this post are from last July, but that day was so cold that it didn’t feel like summer then… Now in November, when I have edited them, it feels more appropriate to post them […]Read More
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The other day I had the opportunity to visit again one of the places that impressed me most this winter: Aletsch Arena. A few months ago, we went to this region of Canton Valais in hope to see its main natural wonder and attraction, the Aletsch Glacier, the largest glacier […]Read More
It’s been a few weeks of heat wave here in Switzerland. With thermometers over 30º, it’s hard to go outside during the day, and even harder to sleep well at night… I’d never had imagined that summers in Switzerland could be so hot!!! Apparently, this is being an unusual summer, […]Read More
Once upon a time, there were two giants in the Swiss Alps. They were made of ice and they lived up in the highest summits. From there, they covered huge extensions. Their power was huge. You couldn’t see them moving, but they did, slowly. And in their step, they transformed […]Read More
Last week it was our fifth wedding anniversary and we decided to make something truly special to celebrate it. We spent the weekend in one of the most beautiful areas of Switzerland: Zermatt, a little town in the valley of Matter, in Canton Valais, surrounded by some of the highest […]Read More
Finally! Summer holidays are here! I can’t wait to spend a few days in Spain with my family and friends. And I’m going to visit California in September! I can’t be more excited with these two trips! Although this means I won’t be posting for the next few weeks, I’ll […]Read More
I visited Iceland with my husband this summer. I’d never been there before but I knew the travel wasn’t going to disappoint me. We stayed there for 14 days, driving along the famous road 1 (which encircles almost the whole country), trying to explore the island as much as we could. It […]Read More