My very first day in Liechtenstein began with meeting Mim and Pim off the bus from Zug.
Felt more like student on my first day of varsity than a young woman proudly showing off her new country of residence.
Pim helped me work out how to open and close the blinds in my room; he found the correct adaptor for plugging in the kettle; and he paid for lunch (in francs).
Then we went for a walk past the princely vineyards, the football ground, and the Rhein. Whenever I walk along the river, I think of my first visitors…
You too can visit me in Liechtenstein! The good news is you don’t need a visa (if you arrive via Switzerland) – even if you’re South African. And I hereby declare I shall buy my 20th visitor a case of Liechtensteinischer Ländle Gold – the local brew.
Visitor count: Mim, Pim (2)