Pousada de Mong-Ha
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
TripAdvisor Reviews Pousada de Mong-Ha Macau Peninsula
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... my name was the only one called over and over again. The kids kept calling my name, asking for pictures, sharing food and turning their attention to me. Yes, this may be egotistical, narcissistic on my part to mention, but it left a lasting impression I can’t hold in. It was a special night, and the act of my students constantly returning to me, made the night all the more memorable.
Christmas with the Boys
On the Tuesday before Christmas, floor ...
... through about 1:10pm, we got sent to a reserve queue and got on the 1:15pm boat which was good! The trip to Macau is about 50km I think, and takes about 55minutes, this meant the boat it pretty rough. Even though its got 200 people on board its pretty happily skipping over the waves relatively smoothly apart from the odd crash down on a wave - certainly looked comfier than the police patrols off the coast of mainland china. 4 in a boat which was completely taking off ...
... so we went in to buy our tickets and I asked for tickets for Hong Kong. As far as I knew it was all Hong Kong however when we got through customs and to the departure gate found that I should have bought tickets for Kowloon and so we ended up at the ferry on Hong Kong Island opposite where we were staying. When we realised we had asked if we could change the tickets but of course you can't however they told us which MTR to catch and where to change to get ...
... were just assembling a Christmas tree in Largo de Senado, the centre of the old town then and now.
I continued to slalom my way through the crowd, and finally arriving at the ruins of St. Paul's Cathedral, the symbol of Macau. It was a stunning stone facade on a hill, the remains of the church first built by the Jesuits in the 16th century, and burned down in 1835.
I went further up towards the fortress for good views of the city, but ...
... up the Pearl River to Canton and return with tea, silk and porcelain for export around the world.
Chinese shop houses, Portuguese style offices, small temples and a former firecracker factory share the narrow streets and alleyways of this bustling and colourful village. Hanging flower baskets and old fashioned street lamps make it an appealing place to stroll, and the ...