Category Archives: Way of St. James
Hey there I just finished a song yesterday and made that video today. Hope you like it 😉 I’ll also rework my blog a little bit to add content. Originally it was just a blog about me and my guitalele … Continue reading
Experience shows that if you give 100$ to a guy, he will most likely spend most of it to follow his own interests. His family, relatives and respective group of people will follow far behind and are lucky if they … Continue reading
Despite some sort of a sadness arising, the walk from Interlaken to Thun was a walk of joy. And certainly the enormeous beauty of the landscapes around Lake Thun had a large influence here. As I wrote on my return home that week-end:
When God painted Switzerland,
he chose a colour palette
abundant of various greens, blues, whites and a selection of browns.
If anything like God exists, it must be a painter!
All the houses decorated for Swiss National Day. Lots of sun. And as a plus Lake Brienz to the left the whole day long. The decision to continue my walk on the 1st of August proved to be a good one!
“The way from Brünigen to Brienzwiler is very dangereous. Don’t you walk that all alone!” That’s what I was told in a restaurant in Brünigen, on the pass between Giswil and Brienz. Indeed, it had been raining the whole night … Continue reading
A cow who had just given birth to her calf. Several famous monasteries and chapels. And of course another day of great landscapes. There was a lot to see on the way from Stans to Giswil. Continue reading
There’s one word to sum up the walk from Brunnen to Stans: Beautiful! Taking the ship from Brunnen to Treib is one of the first highlights. Afterwards the Way of St. James is leading along Lake Lucerne for most of the time. The most difficult part between Treib and Emmetten is also the most beautiful one offering breathtaking views. But you definitely shouldn’t be afraid of heights. Continue reading