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
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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
When we arrived to Switzerland more than one year ago, a friend asked us if we liked hiking. “Of course!” was our answer. And he proposed us to hike the Grosser Mythen. “Why not?”, we answered, not really knowing what we were accepting. Time passed and we didn’t talk about […]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
Despite of Böögg’s prediction for this year, summer is being great in Switzerland. It is often hot, most of the days are sunny and weekend plans like making a barbecue at the lake followed by a swim are often the most appealing these days. But I am trying to not getting too […]Read More
There are some places where it takes longer for the summer to arrive. You may be thinking about the northern countries like those in Scandinavia, Iceland, Greenland… Well, here in Switzerland we have also some of these locations! There are still a few glaciers in the Alps (sadly, they are […]Read More
After spending a few days in San Francisco and the bay area, we headed south. The plan was driving along the coast, following the Highway 1 from San Francisco to Prismo Beach. But after we made the hotel reservations I started to plan the stops on the route and I […]Read More