For those of you who’ve just opened this page, I’m informing you that this post is a continuation of the previous post. So in case you haven’t read it already, here’s your chance. I have no reason why one shouldn’t go to Prague, because I haven’t been there myself. Although I would strongly advocate going to Paris – because out there, love is in the air! Haha! They don’t say it without any reason – you’ve to be there to know it. But it’s definitely not the place to go when you’re going to spend your time with a bunch of Telugu guys – then I guess Prague would have it’s way. Here’s why I condemn the previous post:
- The dude who wrote that shit obviously has no idea what Paris looks like – can’t really blame him, that’s all he can imagine.
- The number of pictures one clicks at a place depends on the company and not just the place. I have shot over three hundred pictures in one night at a place called VIT in Vellore – not because every building in VIT is a monument by itself, but because we were having fun at our farewell party. And trust me, you’d eventually get bored of shooting photos on a regular digital camera (yes, a regular digital camera – not a funky SLR that costs a lot) immaterial of where you go.
- I’ll give you 2 reasons why the Eiffel tower is cool: one, the veiw of course is majestic; and two, you can click awesome pictures with the tower when you’re far away like these:
- The previous post is supported by a mirror maze! Haha! There’re mirror mazes in every city – even Hyderabad’s IMAX has it. Now have even mirror mazes become tourist attractions?! LOL!
- Here’s your lesson on how to attract tourists: you cannot attract people by saying it’s expensive to get a <how-much-ever-the-quantity-was> of beer for seven euros! No one’s going to Prague all the way to drink beer that tastes the same (I do have proof for this – the guy who drank that beer told me he paid freaking seven bucks for something that tasted just the same).
- That post breaches the primary objective of this blog – which is for us to have fun at the reader’s expense. Now they’re going to enjoy the two of us bickering about useless things.
- That post has reduced the number of hits on this blog. I didn’t realize a ridiculous post like that could have such deregatory effects – I log into the admin panel this evening only to find out that right on our second day, the number of hits has sored down:
Now try doing that to a hill in Prague. Hmph.
See, now that means lesser people are going through the agony of reading this website/webpage/webblog/whatever. I sincerely hope that this one’s the last of it’s kind, for the motto might have been forgotten, but will not be lost: Just for fun – our fun, not yours. Haha!
Update: to explain the positive effects of this post, I present you new statistics which were noted after this post was put up.