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... quaint, and delicious. After lunch, we headed over to the Macau Tower. They had an indoor observation deck and an "outdoor" observation deck, which was more so that it had fresh air coming through. This outdoor observation deck was 233m high and had activities such as bungy jumping, skywalk, sky fall, and tower climb. I was extremely tempted to do another bungy but it was extremely expensive. Let's say, it was in the $500 Canadian range. ...
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Later we decided to go out and do some sightseeing. Of course, we couldnīt have overlooked one of the most important Macau landmarks – Grand Lisboa (hotel and casino). Its well-catchy building can be seen practically from wherever in the town. This quite an impressive structure creates a great contrast comparing to lower shabby residential buildings dotted around the center of Macau. We didnīt have to walk for more than 30 minutes ...
... information about the destination. Therefore this field trip made me get more knowledge too. In addition, we also improved our skills such as organization skill, communication skills and so on. What's more we enhanced our friendship during this trip. In this trip, we cooperated with each other so well. Before the trip, we had a brief meeting to talk about the trip plan like where we should go, how we can get there, the time ...
... group to arrive. Others from our bus had the same idea. This stop was scheduled too long, and it was too hot to stay out in the sun. The museum showcased some nice pieces of memorabilia of the history and customs of the area. Macau was a Portuguese colony from the 16th century until 1999 when it was returned to China and is now a special administrative (and somewhat autonomous) region of China.
Nest stop was the A Ma Temple. A Taoist ...
... success is almost palpable; a far cry from high unemployment and dying Western industrial cities, such as Detroit in the US and many other industrial areas of cities in the West. (NB I do know there is also real poverty in China, because I've seen it - in the rural and minority areas mostly. I have yet to see any real evidence of that in this city.) Of course, the Chinese government (do not read the masses) also profits spectacularly from this commercial and industrial frenzy. As ...