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... built 1602-1640 and destroyed by fire in 1835.
We gradually made our way back to the bus stop although there were more sites as the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino was calling (for me this was the lure of getting cool again). Macau has some hotels and casinos near the old town but there is a new area called Taipa which is on a near by island. Free buses run from the Macau ferry terminal. My first impression is they are still building it, ...
... at the dealer... who in turn removed all the chips off the table. The house always wins! Considering the minimum bet on the cheapest table was $50 (about £30) the amount of money being won and lost was immense. We saw some of the high rollers playing at tables with a $1000 minimum bet.
The following day we visited the older part of Macau which dated back to the Portuguese era. We began at Senado Square which ...
... head off downtown to the shops. Trying to always go a different route, by complete accident we came across the street of fortune tellers. A small row of kiosks mostly empty offering to tell your fortune, read the cards and read your face whatever that means. One or two had long rows of young girls who cant wait for the future to happen :) a little meandering and a little acquiring later, we head back to the hotel.
That's it for the latest installment.
Goodnight guys ...
... and I went to a Spring/Summer 2014 debut collection for Thom Browne at Joyce (a really cool HK boutique). The models debut the collection and the designer was there amongst the fashion cognescenti of Hong Kong and the Asian fashion press.
Arrived in Hong Kong and straight to Jeroen's rooftop party which was a fab way to start a month away.
Monday was Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Establishment Day which saw tens of thousands of people demonstrating against the amount of central Chinese influence have over the Hong Kong.government.
Other than that shopping (as I neglected to pack any shirts), sweating and eating have been the order of the day.