Paris syndrome is a transient psychological disorder exhibited by some individuals when visiting or vacationing to Paris, as a result of extreme shock resulting from their finding out that Paris is not what they had expected it to be. – Wikipedia We travel to find out from the first … more »
Bend it like… the Parisians!
Behold the impressive palace at the Luxembourg Garden in Paris. And then notice the even more outstanding girl twisting herself in front of it! We were trying to photograph the famous palace while walking around these popular gardens on a sunny Parisian afternoon. I am not much of a fan … more »
Chinese Wedding Portraits in PARIS
Walking around Paris earlier this October, I saw a scene that kept on repeating in the most touristic landmarks of the French capital. In front of the Eiffel Tower, in the “bridge of love” by Notre-Dame’s Cathedral or along the magnificent buildings of La Concorde, Asian couples would pose in … more »
Paris is not a great travel destination in the middle of July. Places are crowded, the charm of little cobblestone streets is replaced by loud groups of tourists and it’s impossible to appreciate the facade of any fairly famous building or monument without encountering smiling faces and jumping bodies, posing … more »
From Amsterdam to Paris… on a unicycle!
I am currently spending 10 days traveling 643km from Amsterdam to Paris… on a unicycle. This idea was born as a joke with friends at the pub, and gradually the more I thought about it, the more this ridiculous, obscure idea began to seem like an actual possibility. I’m always … more »
Town Hall in Paris
Paris as a city has an interesting layout. Instead of being planned in squares, the city is laid out in concentric localities called arrondissements. Each arrondissement is it’s own locality and people refer to them with numbers. This is the town hall which is in the 10th arrondissement of Paris. … more »
The night we went to Paris in the USA!
Las Vegas is a weird mix of extravagant, odd and funny. I remember having the most surreal feeling when we came out of the show Absinthe in Las Vegas one night. Not only this show was happening inside a circus tent by a grand Roman looking building (Ceasar’s Palace), right … more »