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.
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”.
You don’t know how much I love adventures and seeing new and unseen spots out there. It just makes me feel great; getting inspired, learning a lot of new things every time and it keeps me young. Sure, I’m still young, but you know what I’m talking about.
Waking up today was really winter-like. The streets in Zurich were covered by snow and the weather – not surprisingly grey and foggy. We’re still in deepest freezing winter at the moment. You can notice that when you are looking at people’s mood as well.
…and everything is covered in white the day after. What a beautiful scenery – this is what happens in my home country Switzerland right now while I am enjoying the sunny but still cold Milan these days.
It feels like the day has got 20 dark hours at the moment. It’s quite dark and foggy until 8am and again around 4.30pm already. But thanks to the sun, which is giving us some light and sunrays during the daytime, the days are really beautiful during the last time.