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... I quickly got ready in some Jeggings and a t-shirt but changed into a double layered tank and cut some pants into a pair of cute cut off shorts. It was way to hot outside to wear anything else. Ran out the door and down the stairs. Was so excited to get out of that hostile apartment. The vibe in there tends to bring me down quite a bit. But getting out just feeds my Wanderlust. So that is what I will do.
We went to the bus station by the 1+1 market and hopped ...
... that most of Asia allows smoking everywhere.
We decide to get the next free shuttle to The Venetian Macau Resort. What a difference. Friendly helpful English speaking Phillipino staff. We walked for miles and have never seen so many different pokies in the one spot. When we found the toilets, a group of Sth American girls found us, and it was a group photo session for 15 cameras. When we got lost looking for a bar, a hotel ...
... a vast casino development is still being built out. Cotai Strip contains the world's largest casino - the Macau Venetian, and a slew of luxury hotels, casinos, and shopping malls. The hotel we stayed at still had interior areas under construction. The huge lobby contained an army of front desk staff although their English skills were not as good as in Hong Kong. The hotel's casino entrances were guarded by staff and had posted notices ...
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... top of the museum. The cannons are still there. There was a nice cool breeze up here as it is quite warm now. Up here one can view most of macau. This is next to the facade of St. Paul's Cathedral which took the Japanese and Chinese 35 years to build (1602-1637) only to have it completely destroyed by fire in 1835. Now the facade is a landmark.
We then went to Taipa island across the Friendship bridge which runs from the Chinese border to the airport (very small used for ...