Yes, Paris was lourvely. Weather was splendid when we were there. Though some parts are bit dodgy(e.g. when we went for dinner in Barbes Rochechouart kan ramai orang pelik2); I would consider going there again.
Anyway, I'm tired of having people asking why didn't we go to Disneyworld. Oh, why should we? It's a freedom of choice.
Went to Lourve to see Mona Lisa. Her presence and mysterious smile didn't really impress me as I thought it would. Maybe I would appreciate her more if - there aren't any barrier, distance and all those crowd; oh also minus the fact that we hadn't had anything to eat for breakfast (low blood glucose = low concentration).
People are so expressive of their sexuality and emotions in Paris. There were alot of straight couples berciuman di sana sini. One night, I saw two men kissing passionately underneath Arc de Triumph - and not an inch away from me. I almost barf then and there. (What a waste- dah la pompuan susah nk carik lelaki skang ni). Teehee..and we kept calling Nasrul and Rafiq a gay couple...and I have a LOT of photos to prove that they were behaving like one. Jangan marah ek guys, gurau2 teman tapi mesra namenye tu. Hahahaaa..
Ohh, speaking of emotions I think that "someone-in -the -other -side -of -the- world" should just
....grow up grow up grow up grow up grow up!!!!!!!
sekian, terima kasih.