Drove two hours through the mountains to get to this place today: Chur. I think I passed Davos on the way, and I remember wondering how those politicians got to that place every time they had a meeting there. Was there an airport? Or did they have to take cars? Anyway, Chur was absolutely worth […]
Came to a place called Aarau today. It turned out to be great: For many reasons.
Came to this small place called Liestal today. I was having a rather bad day (mainly because I had failed to go swimming that morning), but when I got there and started my presentation I found out that the people in the audience were super fun: Even more fun than usual. Thank you, Liestal!
Came to Basel today. I don’t know why, but I felt a bit dizzy through the first part of the presentation. The second half went better though: Hope nobody noticed anything.
Took a walk around town today. Took a swim. Took a ride down a water slide. It was my free day, and it was good: In the evening, I was invited to a meal of raclette, a Swiss dish that involves tons and tons of cheese: “We rarely ever eat this”, my Swiss friends told […]
Sunday is a good day for presentations. Most people have a day off, which makes them feel relaxed, and presentations start in the afternoon as opposed to in the evening. Today I came to a small town called Nottwil, to a clinic for paraplegics. The presentation went well: Someone was asking about the lighting of […]
Today I went to a place far, far away. It was called Thun. I had to cross a mountain to get there. Serpentine roads. Got a little carsick even though I was the one doing the driving. But when I got there, I received this great gift: I had met the author Fritz Roth the […]
Came to a small town called Münsingen today. Felt a bit worried because I had spoken for so long the night before. Didn’t want that to happen again. And what do you know? I managed to stay right within the time limit! Great success.
So I came back to Bern for another presentation. It was fun, maybe even a little bit too much fun: …the show ended up being almost thirty minutes longer than I had planned. Feeling sorry for everyone who had stayed up late with me, I vowed to get this issue under control. No more going […]
If you just want to get a general idea about the whole thing, you could refer to The Plan, and in case you have any specific questions, make sure to check out my extensive FAQ section (in three languages).
Another thing you can do is download the Google Earth file. It is broken down into daily tracks and shows some landmarks and a vast amount of photographs.
Or you could just go and read one of my books.
And I do have some social media accounts:
YouTube - I post often when I am on the road and not so often when I am at home.
Twitter - I tend to focus on China here.
Facebook - I try to post once a day, mostly things from the road.
Instagram - not sure what I am doing with this.