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... down to St Paul's church which is a famous ruin. We wondered through the town (shops) where people we're giving out free samples of what looked like pastries. Both Paul and I took a piece, ate it at the same time and realised (at exactly the same time) that it was dried fish- it wasn't nice!! We begrudgingly swallowed the bit in our mouths and threw the rest on the floor under the cover of the crowd- naughty I know but I really ...
... take off one of her pearl bracelets. This had been given to her by some gods, to protect her and keep her from dying. He didn't believe her, and out of her love for him, she took off one of the bracelets and died. He was distraught, but then was told if he watered a certain plant with his blood and it grew, that she would be healed, which he did and she did and they lived happily every after, but she did offer up one of the pearls to the gods. And that's what ...
Being only an hour by ferry from Hong Kong, we thought we'd check out if the rumour is true that Macau is the new Las Vegas. Well it is not short of casinos that's for sure but there is more to Macau than just poker and black jack.
Being a former portuguese colony, the streets and signs are all written in Portuguese, leaving Iuri with a sense of being back home! Now rebranded gambling capital of the world, we had to check inside Lisboa casino to ...
... 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 ...
... by the British in the 19th century, Macau sank into obscurity so much that Portugal wanted to give it away in 1975. However, Communist China at the time didn't even want to govern such a small, poor, and crime infested territory. Today Macau is on a fabulous rebound, capitalizing on its position as the only place where casino gambling is legal anywhere near China, whose vast appetite for gambling is insatiable.