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... but my parents decided to invite us. Gonzalo doesn´t normally appreciate views from any high points so he insisted on staying downstairs in the lobby, I happily accepted my parents´ invitation.
Opened in December 2001, Macau Tower is 338 meters in height. It is an elegant construction offering magnificent panoramic views all over Macau and much of the Pearl River Delta from its observation deck (and revolving restaurant) at the 223-meter level. There is ...
... into a mass of light and colour on nightfall. We were stunned by the elaborate decoration within these and the number of gambling floors up to 6 or 8 and the extent of gambling tables etc. We were even more surprised to learn that revenue from Macau's casinos is the largest in the world and 7 times greater than the total of casinos in Las Vegas! This is mainly due to the influx of gamblers from Mainland China that makeup 80% of the revenue.
Thursday the ...
... all the way down to the focal
point the Canton Tower.The old Asian game event area was cool to look around too with them
obviously doing bits up to reopen for something. There was also a red
bull event setting up which we hung around till dark to see start and
to see all the lights come on; pretty impressive. Next stop; the
train station to catch our next sleeper train to Nanning. With the
same layout as the trans-sib we settle din pretty fast – ...
... near the Opera house. both our legs were a bit wobbly when we got down , we have done it , and ow we could wear the T Shirt. After we went to a little Irish Tea Shop for tea and scones, Lovely, then went round Rock Market, overall a good day. We had a quiet night washing hair etc etc. Ready to ever up with Kerry Tomorrow. 25th August . This is our last day in OZ can not believe how quick this has gone. We went to the Harbour, where we saw some Aborigines all in their paint and ...
Not the best start to the trip being delayed an hour in Brisbane. But after a long ten hour flight we finally arrived at Hong Kong International Airport. I haven't done a long distance flight since my trip to Canada/USA in 2010. It didn't take me long to be reminded of 3 standout things that I had forgotten since those flights. 1. Your skin gets so unbelievably dry that high in the air 2. They definitely don't serve enough water. I drink a fair ...