If you’ve noticed, this trip was dubbed “Maybe Liechtenstein” (you can search the #maybeliechtenstein hashtag on Instagram to see more fun photos) because we were never really quite sure if we’d make it to the small land locked country. But we packed up and left our Airbnb in Zurich and once again hopped on the train. We started with a train ride through Switzerland to Sargens, the main stop closest to the border. Once you get to this station, you can either take a bus directly to Vaduz, the capital, or take a local train one stop north and then a short bus ride across to the city. We opted for the bus since we had to transfer to a second bus in order to make it to our hotel, Hotel Kulm, located in the mountains just above the city.
If you’ve been following along on my Instagram or Facebook page, you know I’ve been running around Asia for the last two weeks. I haven’t had much time to update my blog, but I’ll be getting back to that soon (once I recover from my jet-lag). In the meantime, I though I’d share a few pictures from Japan, where we spent two weeks.
I loved it and I am definitely looking forward to heading back. Until then, I’ll just leave these here… Continue reading →
It’s been a busy few months, and I really have to catch up on editing and posting all my blog posts, but I thought I’d do a quick summary of what’s coming 🙂
Firstly, I’m going to finish off my Swedish adventure with my long trip home (trust me, it was a journey!) and then the next big trip will be my travels in February! I was barely home for a month, jumping around between Utah, California, and over to Paris, Switzerland, and Liechtenstein!
Warning to my friends: if you move somewhere, I will come visit you. This is not an empty threat. Some friends who had relocated to Dubai found this out first hand 🙂
After a late arrival (or early morning depending how you look at it) my friends picked me up at the airport and I promptly crashed for a few hours to catch up on sleep. After waking up and reorienting myself, it was off to explore Dubai Marina (the area where my friends lived)! This, of course, included a stop at Starbucks. Continue reading →