…a fun time in the snow. Well, snow is not considered as a matter of course this winter, not even in the Swiss mountains and in places like Davos, which is 1'600 meters above sea level. The winter is way too warm, not only down in the city but also high up in the mountains.
…a lot to offer. And when saying a lot, I really mean a whole bunch of options and places to discover there. And to be honest, before I was considering to travel to Argentina and dive into that country any deeper, I wasn’t really aware of how big and how diverse the country is.
Colombia – A journey with Nespresso to the origin…
…of sustainable quality coffee. We drink a cup (or more) coffee every day as if it were the most normal thing in the world. Well, it is nowadays but that was not always the case. In the past, coffee was considered as a luxury good, very expensive and therefore only affordable for the upper class. And during the Colombia trip with Nespresso, I realized why.
…at least what I could have assumed when hearing people takling about this beautiful greek island. This summer, you might have noticed it, I traveled to Santorini for the very first time. And when I was telling to people and my friends before my trip about my plans, the echo was in unison: „You are absolutely going to love that island – even more than Mykonos, promised!“
…capital of Spain and one of my favorite cities in the world. I often got asked: Which Spanish city do you like more: Barcelona or Madrid? And as you know me, I am a big fan of Barcelona too, the answer is not that easy.
…ships weren’t built to stay anchored in the harbour. This is one of the various quotes about sailing, ships or boats in general. And I totally agree. I mean when someone is calling me for a boat trip, no matter if it’s a small rowing boat, a sailing boat, a luxurious yacht or a big cruise ship, I am always keen for the idea of being on the sea. Why?