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... we wondered to a street of restaurants we had been recommended by Trip Advisor. We couldn't find the one we were after, but settled for a great local meat place, with lots of BBQ pork and roast duck! Back home just before 10pm, feet again pretty sore, and feeling rather knackered. Up early for our one day visit to Macau, and very very excited to be staying at the Venetian Hotel tonight!! Penultimate day of the trip of a life time, here we ...
... to ply one of their many other money-making scams. One thing I think I mentioned earlier in the trip is that the French registered vans we used had red number plates as required for leased vehicles and this is like a beacon to people trying to rip off tourists. We managed to drop the car off successfully with no fuss, but once inside the terminal, being Italy it took us just ...
... and we quickly made it to the airport. However, we got stuck in a big line at the airport and ended up waiting a bit longer than we thought. No worries though, we made it and the taxi cost us 65$.
We got checked in and since I forgot to check us in online, where we could have picked our seats, we ended up with ****** seats on the 14 hour flight. We are sitting in the window and middle which isn't the best if you have to pee or get up for any reason.
... my newest best "Man"..a free style palette painted iced cake... incredible work.. inspiration from the beauty and tranquility David has shared..
Hope I can continue to do you proud, David.. thanks again..
Floating home happy with my achievements, my thoughts turn to food.. and dinner..
Have once again been invited to attend a dinner with the Tsim Sha ...
... organs. A good bit of dark British humour to settle our nerves! The rest of the journey we sat in silence. Now I knew that the road curtesy was not as common in the east but it was like wacky races on this roads in Shenzhen, we were cut up countless times and we returned the favour too. The journey took about half an hour, most of the signs were in Chinese but we noticed a few that happened to be English and it looked as though we were heading in the right direction. ...