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... built 1602-1640 and destroyed by fire in 1835.
We gradually made our way back to the bus stop although there were more sites as the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino was calling (for me this was the lure of getting cool again). Macau has some hotels and casinos near the old town but there is a new area called Taipa which is on a near by island. Free buses run from the Macau ferry terminal. My first impression is they are still building it, ...
Oh what a day I had yesterday. SO... I woke up around 1 am cause it was so blazing hot in my room, I could just not fall back asleep. It was listed under the Impossible to happen that night. I stayed up on my laptop till about 7 am. No one else was awake and I was finally a little tired and decided to take advantage of this so I went back to bed.
Woke up around 11 by Bri. She said we were leaving in 30 to go meet up with our friend Mikele and her friends from ...
... the event of buying the sushi and food to eat in the hotel a few nights before we opted to go for smaller amounts. BBQ pork buns, this time they appeared to be in sugar doughnuts, really nice though if not a bit weird, shrimp wontons as we loved them so much in soho, some pork shrimp and rice things and some spare ribs - all really nice, but we always forget the spare ribs are sort of boiled and served in tiny pieces with hacked bone. We ate as much as we could off ...
... The major difference to me was the completely lack of pedestrians on The Strip, while Las Vegas is completely packed. Most of the buildings there are brand new, so they look spectacular, especially with lights on at night. Though, unless you're a gambler, you would get bored fairly quickly.
I did find the bilingual Chinese/Portugese signs cute. Portugese is still an official language of Macau, but apparently no one actually speaks the language any more.
... and it's quite odd to wander around places like that after a month in China where gambling is illegal.
After a couple of nights of just soaking up the unique atmosphere we took a ferry straight to HK airport to fly to Bangkok. ...