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... of vehicles and people and pollution certainly helped. I then walked back into the downtown part, and decided I would go back to Zhuhai and find the beach and have a swim - good plan!
By now the real feel temp was 44 degrees and when I walked into a shopping mall to use the bathroom, I could feel the sweat dry on my face and turn to salt - yuk!
Of course, things seldom go as planned (hence the necessity of an adventuring attitude!) and the bus I thought ...
We have let the eastern world, and technically said goodbye to China, as we flew to Macau.... The Los Vegas of Asia... Anything goes here, including a lot of gambling... We have walked the hundreds of casinos... And seen the sights, oh...and I cannot believe the amount of gambling that goes on... It seems that it is far mor serious than Vegas, the people here either live or die by the ...
... you recognize, usually you jump across a bridge to find out who was talking cause you just want to have a conversation that isn't cave man talk. 'me, water, please.' So I was very thrown back when I found someone in the bread mart that I could carry on a decent conversation with. He gave me his qq number so out group could hit him up for a tour with dinner sometime.
We meet such nice people here in Zhongshan. Like the other ...
... band I saw at Incheon Airport in Seoul who delivered perhaps the worst rendition ever of Waterloo by ABBA! The theme was 'white Christmas' and the outside of the hotel was covered in fake snow delivered intermittently by snow machines on the first floor. Remembering that I would be landing in Novosibirsk a week from now in temperatures averaging -22 degrees, I stifled my excitement at the sight of 'snow' and finished my beer. That being ...
... line along with hundreds of Chinese mainlanders also considered visitors when entering into Macau.
We chose to stay at the Grand Lisboa, a Macau iconic hotel owned by the famed Stanley Ho.
We went to the historical area, and suddenly you get the feeling you are either in Madrid, or in Vienna, walking thru old colonial style buildings, brightly colored in different shades of pastels. Lots of local Macanese snacks here. Best ...