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The director of my school lived out in Zhongshan where real-estate prices are considerably cheaper. He bought an apartment flat, got a great deal, and had it refinished to suit his needs. It was a beautiful house and we were very happy to go out and visit him. I didn't get pictures there except of the garden, but did get some pictures of the trip out.
So here are the few pictures we have of Zhongshan. ...
... and later opened to the public. Built on top of the Mount Hill, the Mount Fortress offers a panoramic view of the city. On its west is the Ruins of St. Paul's. On 15th July 2005, the Historic Centre of Macao was officially listed as UNESCO World Cultural Heritage. The Mount Fortress and the Ruins of St. Paul's are significant historical monuments of the Centre.
The Macau Museum is a historical and cultural museum with a vast number of objects of great historical ...
... jump accident in Zambia which was reported on the news yesterday where the bungee cord had snapped, luckily the girl did survive.
At the top of the tower I had a good look at the view and looked through the glass floor. At that point I almost chickened out as I was such a scary thought of jumping from this height but I thought I had traveled all this way and told so ...
The Lads leave TIS on Thursday Nov 3rd and return on Sunday November 6th. Good Luck gentlemen.
The urge in me to seek out some Portuguese as I did in Mozambique won me over the idea of visiting the small enclave and independent state of Macau. The hour long ferry journey felt rather strange having completely signed out of Hong Kong customs and boarding a boat effectively in no man's land! Which embassy would I go to? Who would help me? These thoughts didn't actually come through my mind as I 'accidentally' took the wrong turn into first class or ...