Lan Kwai Fong Macau
Travel Blogs from Macau Peninsula
... looking for flat shoes but Macau prices are crazy expensive so we didn't buy anything. We jumped on a shuttle bus to head back to Galaxy Casino where Chloe got addicted to the slot machines. Collectively we lost $140 HKD which is less than $20 AUD. I also tried to play yahtzee (basically a machine version of *****) but I couldn't figure out how to bet properly and lost $20 HKD ($2.5 AUD) in one go. :( After that we got a snack and then headed to bed around 2 am.
... we caught a taxi down to the old Portuguese area. Of course, we had trouble paying the taxi as the machine spat out a 500 note. The taxi couldn't cash it so he had to drive us to a shop where I was forced to buy 2 custard tarts so we could get some change. We scoffed the tarts, paid the taxi driver and found we were outside an art museum that had some nice Portuguese architecture. They use really nice blue and white tiles. So different to all the Chinese stuff I ...
... s new casinos will all follow the Sands model.
Macau’s total number of hotel rooms is forecast to grow from about twelve thousand in 2006 to more than fifty thousand in ten years time, with them will come huge entertainment venues designed to attract the world’s biggest music acts, along with the world’s biggest spenders!
The Cotai Strip
The Cotai Strip is ...
... there is always gambling.
Beers N Noodles toya…..shane
The soundtrack to this entry was by Rose Tattoo
The album was ‘Nice Boys & The Extras’
... english tv channel Pearl the news had an item saying that only 12% of people consider themselves 'chinese' residents over hong kong citizens. A government representative dismissed the survey as 'illogical' stating all hong kong residents were chinese citizens, obviously missing the point of the question!