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Travel Blogs from Zhongshan
... of St. Paul. It's basically the front facade of St. Paul's Cathedral that burnt down in 1835 after a typhoon. It's a symbol of Macau and alongside it is a an old fort that helped to protect Macau for years...
So as much as I love this program. OK that was a Lie I really like this program I'm in right now, I just think that it could absolutely be better in so many ways. But I found a program that I Have been Intensely been thinking about for the last couple days. I think it would be so much fun. I cant get it off my mind.
So this program is called WWOOF. Its World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms.
Doesn't that just sound amazing. ...
... made sure we cleared the other stuff! I think the whole meal was only about HK$50. Another 15/20 minute walk and we made it back to the Hotel, an eventful day that hasn't gone quite to plan but had still kept us busy and been an experience. Monday, the last day! Typical isn't it, the weather had slowly been improving and then went **** the day we wanted it to be nice! Got down to central and then saw the rain chucking it down, had a look at the maps to figure out ...
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... and a small park, I headed into the Macau museum… mainly to escape the heat and bathe in the glorious AC inside. Inside however, I found a most wonderful museum. It started showing the parallel development of east/west culture with a remarkable synchronization up until the arrival of the Portuguese in the 16th century. It went through the history of Macau up until the present day. Again I noticed the Chinese tourists who seemed in no ...
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