We returned from our Europe trip yesterday, and I can safely say that we're all suffering the effects of jet-lag and the unbelievably hot weather in Malaysia.
Out of the 3 of us, I had the hardest time adjusting to the time difference and weather changes. When we were first in Paris, I could barely keep up with those 2 and wanted to go to bed at 6pm (of course, I’d be the earliest to rise and cursing myself coz really, there isn’t anyting to do when you wake up at 5am).
I hated the cold and dry air the most, and it was so taxing on my body. I’d have bloody nose, my skin was flaking, my face was just so red all the friggin time. So it is suffice to say that I did not feel attractive at all in the most romantic city in the world.
But as our trip went on, my body was able to adapt and I started to feel more and more in the mood for fun.
And just as my body has finally gotten used to all things Europe, our adventure had to end. Isn’t that ironic?
Part of this trip was for me to try things I normally wouldn’t do, such as going on a roller-coaster ride at Disneyland (I’m terrified of such rides as I feel like I could die of a heart attack on it!) and eating veggies & onions (I’m mostly carnivores btw).
The people that we met on our trip certainly added more flavor to our adventure. Like that Kirk Cameron look-alike who shared our couchette on the sleeping train from Paris to Vienna. He was so helpful, and friendly, and cute. But like all good good-looking men, he’s already taken.
And that’s one of the things that we learned from this trip. I think you’d have a better chance getting struck by lightning than meeting good-looking, kind single guys on a trip.
Our travel may have ended, but rest assured that our blog would remain active as we still have many posts to write (sight-seeing adventures, some bloopers, reviews on the places we’ve dined at, stayed at, etc)