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... guava juice, and another egg tart. You can guess which I ate and which Dilyara (vegetarian) ate. The lobster balls were very tasty. There was no bread in the mix, it was more of the texture of lobster meat inside of a thicker "jello". The guava juice had a lot of pulp, but a sweeter flavor. The egg tart was the same as previously described. At this point, we were ready for an "adventure" (also known as a random exploration of the streets in the vicinity without the aid of the ...
... across the road to the Venetian hotel - ridiculously tacky but amazing at the same time! We strolled down the "Grand Canal" it truly felt like we were walking the canals of Venice Italy!
We then strolled around for a little while and even found signs welcoming Tupperware to Macau that's service!
Now a quick shower and off for a welcome lunch!
Hol & B ...
... we were meeting Ashleigh who had managed to get a work trip to Hong Kong that weekend which was very exciting. She took us to a roof top bar overlooking Hong Kong Island - luckily we got there when it was spitting and so had our choice of seats when the rain stopped and the bar got busy. We then went to Soho for food and ended up in a lovely Greek restaurant - mmmmmmm!!!
The next day we got the tram up to Victoria peak which is one of the highlights of Hong Kong. It ...
... i told one of my kindergarteners to draw a picture of of the sky they would immediatly pick out the ugliest grey crayon from the box and start scribbling angrily over the entire paper.
Nights here are as nice as the days. There is a great night market close to my apartment that I love going to. It is basically a really long street that people set up stalls of clothes, shoes, trinkets, ...
... bigger (the Venetian here has the largest casino floor in the world). The casino revenue in Macau is 5 times greater than Las Vegas!
So, we of course had to check out some of the main hotels, and donate a few bucks to the Macau economy ;)
Macau was a Portuguese colony from the mid 16th century until 1999, and the Portuguese influence is still ever present in the architecture of old buildings and churches. The ...