Sion, Switzerland


It's been a week since I moved to the alps of Switzerland. There has been a lot of changes that happened to me, and I still am in the process of adjusting to this new lifestyle. Gone are the days when I could visit a mall at any time, or grab take out food at any hour, or just get lost in the tiny streets of a big city. It makes me happy to leave my village at times and explore new places. I just can't stay in one place for a long period of time. 

What do you think about the Swiss Alps? Of course, Snow. Well at this moment, it's summer therefore snow is nonexistent in most places. Today, I took a trip to Sion which is a couple of kilometres away from where I live.


Here are some photos that I took of Switzerland during the summer.






 Climbed up the chateaux Tourbillon, which was built in the 14th century. When you get to the top, the beauty of nature will shut yourself silent.

 Apparently, the canton of Valais in Switzerland produces a lot of wine. It's quite good. 















Switzerland is an interesting country with different cultural influences from each corner. It is also strategically located in the heart of Central Europe, which makes the country very accessible to its neighbours. After living in Manila and Paris, this gave me a new outlook in life. Now I get to breathe fresh air, drink water from the source, eat healthy, and most of the good benefits you get from living out of a bustling populated city. Yes, it gets boring at times and lonely as well and internet will become your best friend during weeknights but I will never trade this experience for anything else. I'm glad I moved to the province for once in my life.




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