Here are 18 of the world’s fastest, highest, longest, deepest, happiest, smelliest, most dangerous – and more – things I’ve done:
My first taste of Switzerland was as part of the Ultimate Train Challenge when I spent a few short days in Zurich with family friends.
I returned a year later and spent three glorious summer months house-sitting in Switzerland. I took care of a lovely house near Zurich, and their alpine cottage a couple of hours away. Switzerland is among my favourite countries.
Here’s a peek into Swiss life and culture and daily life through a series of random observations that come together to paint a picture of sorts.
Here’s a pictorial journey through Zurich, Switzerland; one of the prettiest (and cleanest) cities I’ve been to. Enjoy!
Myself and a million of my closest friends danced our feet off at Street Parade; Zurich’s largest annual event. Here is a photo and video essay.
Distance and geography take on a different meaning, depending on where you’re from. As a Canadian in Europe this has been quite a learning experience.
Amidst an odd summer in Switzerland, I stumbled onto a surprising Swiss National Day celebration in a small mountain town. Here’s the scoop (and a short video).
Here’s my first solo mountain climbing attempt, with a funny video of my ascent – and decent – towards insanity, with an awesome time laspse and outtake. Enjoy!
I’ve been in Switzerland for a month now, and I’m not sure if I should be proud (or guilty) of how much (or how little) I’ve done so far. What do you think?
I only had a day in Lucerne, but it was long enough to capture its beauty and ambience in these gorgeous photos. Enjoy!
What little I saw of Switzerland and Zurich is all those cliches: quaint, charming, etc. What surprised me most was how refreshingly rural life in Zurich can be.