Post Tagged with: "Summer"

Pretty Amsterdam. Part II

My week in Amsterdam seemed a lot shorter than a week… So many things to see and such a short time! The second part of my week in the city started on Saturday. My brother is a triathlete and, as such, he has to train every day. So while he […]

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Pretty Amsterdam

A few days ago I visited Amsterdam for the first time. My brother has been living there with his girlfriend for some time and it was about time for me to visit them… now that I’m finally settled in Zurich, it’s the perfect time to start exploring other cities and […]

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One last summer hike

Summer is almost over… I say almost because, when I came home last week, it still looked a lot like summer. It’s been a hot and long summer in Zurich, and the city welcomed me back exactly as I left it: scorching temperatures and a clean blue sky… It felt […]

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The idyllic lake

It seems that this summer is all about visiting glaciers or revisiting places that I have already seen during winter. Visiting glaciers has been an impressive experience! I didn’t get to take a closer look to the Icelandic glaciers when I visited the country a few years ago, and seeing […]

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Chasing shooting stars in Alpstein

If there is something that I’ve been wanting to photograph since I got my first camera, that would be stars and starry skies… And this is something that somehow I can never do! Sometimes is the weather, other times it is the moon, and some other it is the tiredness […]

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A walk into the Glacier

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, […]

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The Challenging Grosser Mythen

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 […]

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