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Showing posts from December, 2017

Another Blogging Year is Over

Another year is over. While this certainly wasn't my most productive blogging year on here (partly due to another blog I've started about our life in northern Peru) it brought some interesting and also some fun posts.

In January and February I ventured into the social/political comment sphere and wrote about the advantages and disadvantages of certain passports. In March I started a short series about several larger cities in Switzerland (Lucerne, Winterthur, Basel, etc.) and fun things to do while visiting them. In July I wrote about remedies for the homesick Swiss and in September I shared my memories of typical Swiss birthday parties.

I enjoyed the writing of all those posts and am looking forward to writing more this coming year 2018. I hope you enjoy reading my blog and will be following as it's journey continues!

A blessed and joyous 2018 to all!

10 Fun Swiss Christmas Activities

Are you going to be in Switzerland for the holiday season and want to make the most of your Swiss Christmas experience? Swiss Christmas traditions are certainly fun and you shouldn't hesitate to join the celebration!
10 Fun Swiss Christmas Activities Here are a few suggestions for fun things to do in Switzerland during the Christmas season:
Cookie baking afternoon: enjoy an afternoon of baking with your friends. Try yourself at some traditional Swiss cookies like Brunsli, Zimststern, Chräbbeli or Spitzbuben.Grittibänz baking: create your own Grittibänz - a traditional man-shaped roll (you can find a recipe here.)Ice skating: there are ice skating rinks in almost every larger town in Switzerland. Have a glass of hot punch and skate a few rounds with friends.Visit a Christmas market: plenty of smaller and bigger Christmas markets will captivate you. Choose one that is close to you from this list.Glühwein: make your own batch of hot Glühwein and enjoy a nice evening at home.Build a sn…