Day 5 at Paris
Last day and now back in my own bed. For the few hours I had left I went again to the fabric shops, now open, but still didn't anything special. No fabrics that I can't find in Belgium. So that was a little bit of a dissapointment. I thought Paris would be the place to be. Maybe I was looking at the wrong places and did I need the real couture stores. *still dreaming of the huge store in Rome*
I went to Opéra Garnier, but didn't go inside this time. However I had so much fun with a girl who asked me to take a picture of her and the building.
I did go inside Lafayette. That's a huge shoppingcenter with the ready to wear collections from big names and with the beautiful dome of glass. This time I event went all the way up to the lingerie floor. And saw the Agent Provocateur collection. Let's say I have an expensive taste, yep even in underwear. Why can't I just be rich?! I'm really happy I visited Paris again. It was sometimes very lonely, especially when I was eating. And the people are in general less social than in London. But I saw the things I wanted to see, all on my tempo. Mentally I'm back full of energy :) #Citytrip#Paris#Fashion#Fashiondesigner#Darkfashion#Goth#Gothic#Gothfashion#Shopping#Macaron#Operagarnier#Lafayette#Backhome
The white city of Peru, Arequipa, is an architecture colonial gem and lies beside plenty of vulcanoes and mountains, including the Colca canyon, where you can be amazed by the close flight of the condor, the largest flying bird in the world by combined measurement of weight and wingspan, with a maximum wingspan of over 3 meters!
A cidade branca do Peru, Arequipa, é uma jóia de arquitetura colonial, repousando junto a vulcões e montanhas, incluindo o desfiladeiro de Colca, onde serão maravilhados pelo voo próximo do condor, a maior ave voadora do mundo combinando peso e envergadura, que passa os 3 metros!
22nd destination of our Round the World trip - Check the story and more pictures on our blog website! (link on profile and below)
22º destino da nossa Volta ao Mundo - Vejam a história e mais fotografias no nosso blog! (link no perfil e abaixo)