People who know me, also know that I love to pretend to be an Italian. I mean, I kinda look like one, don’t I? And I always try to speak Italian and claim that I am very good at it. And to be honest I am bad, but I am good with speaking with my hands. At least something Italian-like, you see.
Who said, that paradise can only be where there is beach, sea and palms? I mean, you all know that I love summer over winter because there is just much more to do but I have to admit, I found my winter paradise.
..the healthiest addiction. They say. And well, I cannot say any word against it. For everyone who has the (financial) gift and opportunity to travel – just do it! As I’ve mentioned in the last article, it is important to step out of your comfort zone. And for me, traveling (alone!) shows exactly if you’re able to do that or not.
A little homage to one of the most famous places in the Swiss mountains – Davos. It’s not only the highest town in Europe (1’560m above sea level) but also the host to the World Economic Forum (WEF), an annual important meeting of global political and business elites. Moreover, it has one of Switzerland’s biggest ski resort and serves as the site of the annual ice hockey tournament “Spengler Cup”.
…an entire spa day. As you all know, this week’s topic is about relaxation, focusing on yourself, get some energy. I can’t remember the last time I’ve really spent on just doing spa – all day long, until your skin feels crumpled.
When I am traveling, I am most of the time alone because most of my travels are work-related. And if it’s the contrary for once, I do enjoy it even more. I mean, I don’t have a problem with traveling alone, having dinner in a restaurant alone or seeing sights alone.