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... world tour we took our turn passing through the infamous arch. Another unique aspect of this temple is its inclusion of Buddhist pavilion. This is truly symbolic of religion in China where Taoism, Buddhism and Confucius are frequently blended and practiced interchangeably.
It was a peaceful place to walk through with no ostentatious golden statues and was beautiful in its natural simplicity. As with all temples we have visited, there is an area to buy incense. Here ...
Had decided to visit Macau on this the last full day of our whole trip, which we thought was quite fitting due to Macau's Portuguese past, having started our trip in Portugal 4 & ½ months ago. Macau is only about an hour's fast cat ride from Hong Kong, so after arriving at Macau's ferry terminal, and going through Immigration on both sides, we caught a bus into the historic centre, despite the temptation to catch a courtesy bus to one of the ...
... and sovereignty until
1887, when Macau became a colony of the Portuguese empire. Sovereignty
over Macau was transferred back to China on 20 December 1999."
Ok, Macau is still like a foreign country, many Portuguese folks live and work there. The signs are all in Portuguese, much of the food is like.. well Portuguese. The old parts of town greatly resemble....Portugal. Get ...
Flew to Hong Kong, then took a day trip to Macau. It is a one hour ferry boat ride from Hong Kong and is also considered a special administrative region, meaning you don't need the typical Chinese visa to enter. Until 1999, Macau was an overseas territory ...
... different result around roads and streets 30 minutes or more from this area.
I'm not sure whether it says much about this place, or provides any profound explanation of anyhing, probably not. I guess I just find modes of transport an interesting indicator of lifestyles here compared to many Western countries. It is certainly very different to cities in Australia, where rusty 120Y's, Stanza's and 20yr old Commodores are quite common on most roads. I ...