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... was a necessary thing.
So I thought Taipa Houses Museum was a good place for depressurize, but with the development of Macau, so many place would be build some building, I wish Taipa Houses Museum could be Retention forever, because this place was a very important for us, Taipa Houses Museum was Macau unique and precious property.
... go out with a pack of hound dogs and hunt foxes. Its in quite a brutal manner. He enjoys going out to stop those hunts. He is a fun person to have a good chat with.
Sarah, Sarah is Scottish. She is a super cute girl I didn't get to know to much about her. But I cant wait to.
Last but deff not least. Rory, Rory is from London. He is half Irish. The very middle of the beautiful town. He is also a teacher for Bond. He is 19 and his mother is an artist. ...
This morning, we checked out of our hotel, but left our bags in storage as our flight wasn't until just past midnight tonight. With a recommendation we received from a Canadian couple on the same bike tour as us in Bali, we decided to head to Macau for the day. A quick ferry ride across the Pearl River Delta and we were heading through passport control and into Macau.
From the ferry terminal, we caught a local bus and headed to Senado Square. A quick stop at an ATM ...
... been working here is Macau for the last two years. The last time we saw him was at graduation at Penn. He has really arrived in his career path. Victor loved it, talking shop with Justin. He mentioned that it has been exciting being involved in all this growth, and that Macau' s revenue is expected to grow six folds in a couple of years. Macau is not depending on westerners for its growth. Their formula is much different from what you normally see in the ...
Today we went to Macau , after having breckfast in 7-11 in Hongkong we then took the MRT to get our tickets ,we boarded the boat ,the people at the customs where quiet rude
Our camera wasn't working today so all the photos had to taken on my mum's Nokia E5 , It took us roughly an hour ...