Category: Switzerland

About “Fondue”

If you live in Europe, you know that Fondue is a dish. It is actually a Siwss, Italian and French dish of melted cheese, served in a pot (caquelon) over a portable stove (réchaud) and you eat it by dipping long-stemmed forks with bread into the cheese. Fondue […]

One year expatsincebirth

Yes, today is my blogs’ first anniversary! It’s been exactly a year since I published my first post and I have to say that I really enjoyed writing every single post. I’ve started blogging one year ago because I had written about many topics just “for me” and […]

A summer in Ticino

If you’re planning to spend a part of your summer in the Southern part of Switzerland, in Ticino, you can find plenty of information about this region (canton Ticino) here. In Ticino you can find about 3,000 kilometres of marked paths and trails. It is a real “playground […]

Schellen-Ursli or a Bell for Ursli

Schellen-Ursli is a Swiss classic story for children about a Spring celebration in Engadine in Switzerland. His original name is Uorsin and the author of this Romansch-Swiss picture-book is Selina Chönz and the illustrations are made by the famous Swiss painter Alois Carigiet. It is a story in rhyme […]