15th May 2010-26th May 2010
UK is the best country ever. Other than the drunk smelly people on the street, the scenery and other things are really taking my breath away. The street is clean. We can barely see rubbish even for the little cigarette butt. The food looked delicious. Unfortunately, I can't eat them all. Sigh. We have to be careful since it was hard to find halal food in most of the city except for London. Sometimes we have to be careful with the fish and chips too. I only miss Malaysia during the meal time. Hehe. London is a very busy city. Roughly, the tube system in Melbourne is more systematic compared to London i think. Maybe they have too many route and we the outsiders tend to get confuse. However, I think 10 days are not long enough to study this metropolitan country.
Not to forget, we went to Paris for a precious one day trip. Paris is really heaven for shopaholic. Seriously. A lot of expensive and well know brand can be found here. You just name it! Due to lack of money problem, I only buy 2 shirts for myself. Hehe. Before I went there, I thought Paris was a romantic city. Paris the city of love. Unfortunately, the visit changes my mind. I don't think its romantic enough. Its smelly, people. I feel uncomfortable walking along the street. So, I change my plan to go to Rome, Italy for my honeymoon. If only go holiday after 10 years of marriage can still be called honeymoon. -just incase by the time I get married, my money still not enough to go to honeymoon in Rome straight away. Haha.
I don't understand why people being proud when they have opportunity to visit all these countries. Yes. They are beautiful. They catch our eye. But still, they are lacking here and there though. Have we ever think why people around the world come to visit these famous country? Instead of being proud for nothing, we can go there, and take the good example from them and apply it in Malaysia. I am impress on the way they preserve their heritage. They protect their history, culture and environment to ensure their the future generation can experience what their ancestor had gave to them. For some of the city, they are not allowing foreigners to live in their residential areas in order to protect the inheritance of that place.
Over all, this trip really makes my eyes wide open. Malaysia should follow the good example of them. If I have the second chance to go to Paris and London, I'll prepare more money for shopping! Enjoy the pictures.
Me and Christine Lee at Oxford University area
Anya Hindmarch at Bicester Village
Rest Area On The Way To Liverpool
This is the place where The Beatles came with my favourite song
"I want to hold your hands"
Shakespeare's Globe, London
We love Shakespeare
Kicking Fonyi outside the hotel
At the Commonwealth Secretariat as representative from UPM
Arc de Triomphe
Jumping At Port of Dover
The Beautiful Tower Bridge
Ehem. Brunei Airline CC
That is all from me