In the heart of Central Europe is Switzerland. It has borders with Italy, Germany, Austria and France.
But geography may not be its biggest attractive. In immigrant countries the whole world is represented. Executives share bus with students, backpackers, taxi drivers and workers. Switzerland is no exception.
Their cities move. If politicians, businessmen, the powerful people wants it or not.
It's not for himself, but it's a gift. It's important.
A good way to get to know Switzerland is by train. It's the cheapest and most convenient way. With a single pass it's possible to access the whole Swiss public transport system. Including in some cases renting a passenger vehicle.
Afternoon goes on. The European that doesn't speak this language walks. With a tourist. That looks Middle Eastern. The sailor of the small public transport boat is South American. Or Middle Eastern?
In effect, the tourist and the sailor were South American. From the same country. From the same city. From the same town. It's unbelievable that this is day-to-day. But it is. Cultural or geographic origin are not relevant. All that matters is the ability to communicate in a common language.
Turn off the lights. A new day is about to begin. In Switzerland, of course. In other parts of the world it already began.