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🏡 #Zurich & #MexicoCity
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This is where I brought my girlfriend to sleep in the straw. Yes, in Switzerland some farmers offer the experience to sleep in the straw. It's a unique and very romantic experience and I highly recommend it. It's incredibly peaceful since you are basically only surrounded by cows, goats, nature and mountains. It gets even better in the morning, when you get breakfast with fresh milk, homemade cheese and homemade jam. 🐮🇨🇭
During the last week we did a roadtrip through Switzerland 🇨🇭. For every roadtrip, don't just take the fastest route, otherwise you will miss breathtaking spots like the #Sufnersee in @graubuenden.
So glad to finally show her all the places and thingd I have been telling her about for about a year. 🙏🏽🎉 @catherinelopezoff I love travelling with you & ich lieb 😘❤️ 📸: Thx for the shot bro @richiehug
It's good to be back in Zurich for a few days. 🇨🇭 Want some facts around Zurich? Here you go: ✴️ Zurich is the largest city of Switzerland (population of about 400'000), however the capital is Berne
✴️ Zurich has over 1'200 public drinking fountains (yes, clean and tasty water everywhere & for free) making it one of the cities with the most drinking fountains - or maybe even the number 1
✴️ With the @hiltl, Zurich is home to the first vegetarian restaurant in the world (opened 1898)
✴️ Zurich holds the biggest outdoor electronic event worldwide - the @streetparadeofficial
Had a wonderful weekend and lots of laughs with my girlfriend and family in Paris. 🇫🇷
Did you know that #Champs-Élysées is French for the Elysian Fields, the paradise for dead heroes in Greek mythology? Me neither, but I just copy-pasted it from Wikipedia. 👏
Enjoying the ☀ at #southbeachmiami.

Really love the art-deco style of the city in South Beach. 🎨

Any recommendations for Miami? Leave them in the comments 👇
A year ago I arrived in Mexico City for my study exchange year.

I was sure, that it would be an amazing and somehow life-changing year.

I was right. The last twelve months were truly outstanding.

Yet, never ever would I have imagined that my life would take such a turn.

I learned a lot of new things. Explored many new places. Managed to make a huge step forward in my career.

But most notably, I found the woman of my dreams. A woman with an incredible inner and outer beauty. Who makes me laugh everday. Who supports me. Who only wants the best for me.

I fell so deeply in love with her that I can't imagine being without her. Hence, why I decided to stay in Mexico.

Some told me: ''Don't do it. It's risky. What if it doesn't work out. It's safer in Switzerland.'' Well... maybe it is riskier to not return to Switzerland. But my heart tells me that it is the right decision to stay. And I prefer taking a risk than having regret.

So yes, I will stay in Mexico. And I am so grateful to have found you @catherinelopezoff. Te amo y sabes que no es para tanto, es para siempre. ❤️
Found this drone shot I took last year during my trip to the Philippines. 🇵🇭 Here you see #Batad, a remote village of around 1500 people in the northern #Ifuago province. It’s said to be home to the best and most well-preserved rice terraces in the Cordillera region. These terraces are between 2'000-6'000 years old and have been a #UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1995.

Batad is so remote that there’s virtually no cellular service let alone internet access anywhere in the village. There are no roads or motorized vehicles either. To reach it, you’ll need to be dropped off at the mountain saddle then do a 15-minute hike down muddy trails into the village.

Most people travelling to the Philippines visit the islands in the south, which without a doubt are truly amazing. But Batad is one of the many reasons why you should definitely consider visiting the north of the Philippines too. ✈️
Already in the U.S. since over two weeks. Luckily, my girlfriend came here last week to support me, while I am in #LittleRock to find out the best strategy to launch @sonectme in 🇺🇸. Sadly, we couldn't bring our cute little Chí with us. Really miss how she waits next to our bed in the morning and her joy when I get back home after work. 🐶
I am about to leave to the USA for 7 weeks. So here's a drone shot from Mexico City's #Chapultepec Park. This park is the second largest in Latin America and bigger than the Central Park in NYC. The park, also more commonly referred to as 'Bosque de Chapultepec', contains many attractions such as two important museums, a zoo and a castle. The castle is actually the only royal castle in the Americas. This park should definitely be on your bucket list if you visit Mexico City. 🇲🇽
Time flies. It's incredible that we've been together for 7 months already. I would have never imagined to meet such a unique girl like you are and to fall in love so deeply. I am so thankful to have you by my side and that you always support me. You make me a better man. You motivate me. You help me overcome my fears, so much that I even jumped out of an airplane! #mmoquito 😂  Thank you for everything, I love you, mi amor. @catherinelopezoff ❤️
It's about time that I start sharing pictures from this fantastic city, which I call home since last August. Mexico City is full of stuff to see, do and experience. This building is the #PalacioDeBellasArtes (eng. Palace of Fine Arts). It is also often referred to as the 'Cathedral of Art in Mexico', as it hosts some of the most notable events in music, dance, theatre, opera and literature. Furthermore, important exhibitions of painting, sculpture and photography are being held here. It is just one of many cultural gems in this amazing city. Did you know that, according to various sources, Mexico City has more musuems than any other city in the world? 🎨🏙 #MexicoCity