On the second day of the Europe Taster Tour with Expat Explore, we had a free day in Paris, the capital of France.
Hence, moving about Paris would be a walk in the park for me. ;)
As I’ve been to London several times, it’s always a dream to travel to more European countries.
And you know what – I managed to visit 5 additional European countries with Expat Explore during my Trip of a Lifetime!
Well, I’m usually not keen of joining travel tours but since I had a good experience with Expat Explore on my first tour with them, the Great Britain Tour in 2013, I’ve decided to purchase another tour – the Europe Taster Tour.
Furthermore, since a few countries are involved, I’d rather save myself from any logistics headache. ;)
The Europe Taster Tour is a 7D6N tour that travels to 5 cities in France, Switzerland, Germany, Netherlands and Belgium respectively.
Quick Review: Europe Taster Tour by Expat Explore brings travelers to beautiful European destinations such as Paris, Swiss Alps, Rhine Valley, Amsterdam, and Bruges. Explore exciting experiences such as canal cruises and a train ride to the Top of Europe! The accommodations provided are simple yet comfortable, and the tour guides really knowledgeable. Normal rate costs £699 (RM4,473) but it can go as low as £429 (RM2,745) for early birds.
Rate as of October 2015 was RM6.40 for £1.
To travel around, one needs to have a car.
Naturally, we need fuel up to ensure that we get to our destinations. I’ve been driving for close to 8 years now – and Shell has been my usual go-to destination to get my car fuelled.
The great thing about Shell is that it’s not just their network of petrol stations. If you don’t know by now, Shell is a global group of energy and petrochemicals companies in over 70 countries around the world. Their innovative approach ensures they are ready to help tackle the challenges of the new energy future.
By the way, there was a point in time when I wanted to work with Shell. I applied for a job at Shell and successfully made it to the Shell Recruitment Drive about 5 years ago. However, I pursued another career journey that has led me to where I am right now. :)