Dongsheng Hotel (Shigang Road)
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Another much appreciated sleep in started our day and a phone call from Adrian, Rhys, Anai and Owen to wish me a Happy Mother's Day topped my morning. Shae had drawn me a lovely Mother's day card on the computer!
We then caught the metro to The Chan Clan Academy to meet Mum and Ging Ming ... we were going to yum cha for Mother's Day with the relatives. The restaurant called ...
... which consists of black and white tiling of the "floor" and has a few larger tourist streets running into it. We explored these other streets until we were satisfied with our Macau experience. We took the 3A bus back from Senado square to the Ferry terminal (20 minutes). And got on the Ferry for the 1 PM return trip. By this time, the weather had picked up and the water was very rough. The ferry turned into a roller coaster with big "ups" and "downs". It was pretty exciting. ...
... br> We had already noticed that the majority of signs were in Portuguese and also the buildings were very European like. The centre is beautiful, all decorated for Chinese New Year. The buildings were lovely, there was a church at the end of the street. It was only small but pretty. We also noticed how clean it was compared to China. We took a few random left and right turnings before dropping on a shop selling famous Portuguese egg tarts. So of course we had to ...
... some souvenirs.
Visitors typically use USD so between $75.00 to
100.00 USD is recommended.
Students will be responsible for their own money.
ĚPlease exchange money BEFORE May 19th
We estimate crossing the border around 21:00 Thursday, May 23rd. That will allow us to return to TIS ...
... how Western news bulletins operate, but here the point is obviously to make China seem safe in comparison with the riots and death and slide into oblivion that grip all other nations.
We switch to the Hong Kong news. The production values are far worse than those of CCTV (the Chinese state broadcaster): the presenters, studio, fashion and hair styles are ripped straight out of 1981. It was in English, but there was something clunky about the language. There was no ...