A week in France: Tour de France with glamour, champagne and love
J'aime Paris.. Intoxicating like the Pinot Noir
The day long trip includes a trip to a local Champagne maker, visit to the famous Reims Cathedral where all famous French Kings were christened, a 5 course French lunch and a visit to the famous Tattinger Caves that houses 5 million bottles of champagne at 10 degree Celsius and almost 8-10 glasses of Champagne… you come back to Paris with an intoxicated mind....
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Make friends,ask for help,carry your bags, let the others walk as you stand to your right when on escalator/walkators,smile at all,have wine, eat street side crepes, go gaga over black current gelato,walk by Seine River, head out for a early morn run in the rain as you get drenched to bone,see Eiffel hide behind the fog, stop to realise the Punjabi songs being played on local tuktuks, stare open mouthed when Africans talk to you in Hindi, watch the city as it gets lit up with mighty tower getting shades of Paris Fashion Week, wait every hour to see the five mins display of twinklies,take pictures,get yourself sketched, view the city from the top, have champagne!...
Backpacking through Europe
Getting lost in the concentration camp in Germany at temperatures of -6 degree Celsius and lugging my heavy 7 kg backpack through the camp trying to find the damn tour guide, almost crying due to fatigue which led to people coming up to me asking me if I needed help, finding help in the form of 2 Asian tourists who went out of their way to make sure I reached my hostel safely, making friends in the red light district of Amsterdam, spotting Hugh Laurie's doppelganger in an Amsterdam Pub, being held up an extremely rude ticket checker (who I'm fairly certain looted us with a hefty fine because we apparently bought the wrong ticket, though in our defense it wasn't our fault because the instructions were all in Czech and nothing in English *sigh*) in Prague, which led to almost missing the flight to Amsterdam, going for pub crawl in Berlin on New Years and partying with complete strangers, watching fireworks at the stroke of midnight, and opening champagne bottles with them, (all of which helped when I was missing home badly), sangria nights in Barcelona with people from literally all over the world, making so much noise that it made the hostel staff leave their duties and join us in our drinking games, taking a stroll on La Barcelonetta at 3 in the night, and post that taking a bus (to get back to the hostel) whose driver apparently thought he was the driver of the Knight Bus from Harry Potter (because of the way he rash driving) taking a tour of the Real Madrid stadium and sitting on the players seats, pitch side, and never wanting to get up from there, missing 3 consecutive buses while on the way back from the Olympic stadium in Barcelona, because for some reason the drivers didn't feel like halting at the bus stop for us, meeting a 40 year old man from Alaska in a youth (metaphorically maybe?)...