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The day after our night out in Hong Kong we went for a short over night trip to the Vegas of the east Macau. Only one hour from Hong Kong by ferry we arrived in the scorching hot and expensive Macau. Macau was a former Portuguese colony until as recently as 1999 so there was plenty of old European style buildings, churches and Portuguese culture to see but let's not kid ourselves we was here for the Vegas style casinos. Macau has the same hotels and casinos ...
The crowds of mainly Chinese tourists from the mainland clog the squares and the narrow steep pedestrian streets which are either lined with all market stalls, all retail or all food!
The market stalls sell the usual cheap Tshirts, baby goods and warehouse clothing.. The retail chains are all here.. Same as Hong Kong or any Chinese city..
Of most interest is the food outlets..the local boil,fry, steam cuisines are available..BUT.. A whole ...
... to go in the afternoon, meaning we only got to see the casinos on the Cotai strip as it was near our hotel, and I can't wait to go back again and visit the rest (we only got a glimpse as we drove past, but I spied a fake Colosseum and a collection of miniature houses).
First complex up was the Galaxy, which by 2015 will have 5 hotels under it's roof. It was huge; with a massive water feature and another of big, fake, neon ...
... 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, ...
... hungry and wanted a granola bar-like from the street vendor. I asked him how much, and my friend Meghan and I were each going to get one for the 10rmb price he mentioned. He cut it off, handed us the bag and say "72rmb". I shook my head. He lowered the price to 60rmb. I decided this was silly and by this time the rest of our group, Cait, Neil and Bill were up ahead. Cait came over and we decided ...