The parties were bigger. The pace was faster, the shows were broader, the buildings were higher, the morals were looser, and the liquor was cheaper.
Monte-Carlo, the small European version of Las Vegas. The rich and famous playground. Posh casinos, expensive hotels and Ferrari's racing on the streets. No wonder why it has been chosen as one of the locations for James Bond movies. It's one the smallest independent states in the world, yet overflowing with wealth and glamour. They say champagne is the national drink. Chin-chin!
During my stay in Zurich, Switzerland I thought it would be a good idea to visit Liechtenstein. Since it's relatively close and why not visit one of the smallest country in Europe, right? But is it really worth the visit? I mean, is there even anything to see or do in such a small place?
Elephants have always played an important role in Thai culture. As a Buddhist country, elephants are portrayed as sacred animals. There are many attributes associated with these big creatures. Mainly symbolising power, wisdom, strength and general good luck.
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