Woodpassage – from tree to house
Playing a Graphical Game with Perception for Schendlingen School
Cinque Terre – since 1997 this region on the Italian Riviera has been part of the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage. The strip of coastline, around twelve kilometres long, is a protected national park. In this beautiful environment we enjoyed sun, sea and cuisine together during our office outing. The partly alpine descent to the private beach - 300 metres, more than 2000 steps – and back again we mastered with ease. We were able to gain new experiences as “capitanos” during a boat trip along the Ligurian coast. The well-earned jump into the clear water was agreeably refreshing, following which we brought the day to a close with “pesce pescato” (Enoteca Dau Cila. Riomaggiore) or spaghetti with fresh mussels and garden herbs (Albergo Alberto) on the terraces of Cinque Terre.
Thanks for all the wonderful moments, also to Mojca and Alberto, who showed us something of “La Dolce Vita” – not for the first time.