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This is surely one of the calmest places that I have ever visted. I love beach holidays as much as the next girl but I cannot spend a whole week being at the beach every hour of every day which is why Las Palmas is the perfect place for me. It combines beach holidays with...
I was recently in Copenhagen and can honestly describe it as one of the prettiest cities I have been to in a really long time! There are some really great things about Denmark as a whole that I learnt while there so I decided to share them with you; Hans Christian Andersen was Danish You...
All I can say about Namibia is that you can shake the sand off your shoes but never from your soul! Visiting Namibia and escaping the Swiss winter was one of our best travel ideas to date! Whenever we visit a new country, we take the walking tour on the first day, this helps orient us...
For all gaming fans. From tactile to mobile and virtual, here are the latest games developed in Switzerland. Excited to share with you this piece that was published on House of Switzerland, a unit of the Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs. It has been translated into 4 languages! English, German, French and Italian. Here it...
Moving to a new continent is exciting but also scary. A part of you wonders whether you will be accepted – or whether you will even like the new place. I moved from Zimbabwe to Switzerland and have had my fair share of shocks and awkward experiences. I shared some of them with Newly Swissed. You...
As many of you know, I grew up in Zimbabwe which is a beautiful country in the south of Africa. Zimbabwe is landlocked, as a result, beach holidays were something that I read from books and saw in movies. My first swim in the ocean was at 27. That is ok, we did other cooler...
I am not proud of this. But in my early days in Switzerland, I made the common rookie error of mistaking Zürich as the Swiss capital – in the place of Bern. When I finally learned the truth, I decided to make it right by documenting a few things that set Bern apart from any other...
Switzerland is a small country that is easily accessible by train and this makes it possible is to live in one city and work in another. I have lived in Zurich since my arrival in 2014 but have always commuted. I studied in Basel then worked in Bern for a while and my current job...
I got hurt playing Gaelic football and needed to go for surgery to repair my anterior cruciate ligament (ACL). I was in hospital for 5 days which is a heck of a long time and so much is constantly happening, literally all the time. I was just glad it was during the world cup games...
Ever wondered what to do in Zurich on a Saturday? I’ve got your back – I compiled a list with some of my favorite things to do for Girlfriend Guide to Zurich which is a site dedicated to women living in Zurich to help them discover what’s On in Zurich, Insider City Tips, Exclusive Ladies...
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