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... s cheaper and practical). It ranges from $50-$70 $HK. We were supposed to ride gondola (as planned) but our budget is tight. bleh.. so we just take a lot of pictures of the vicinity. We do not have much time to go out the casino and check what really Macau can offer... Next time, I'll make sure to create a specific ...
... ur stomachs.
After dinner we started heading back to our hotel. We chose to walk along one of the most popular streets in Macau called Avenida Almeida Ribeiro, at the very end of which there are situated the main casinos (Grand Lisboa, Casino Lisboa etc.). We were impressed with millions of lights and felt like in Las Vegas (well, thatīs how we picture it).
Day 2: June 30, 2014
It was our second and last day in Macau so we needed to make ...
As we all know, Ruins of St. Paul's is the most famous destination in Macau. It is also the important landmark of Macau, which attracts tens of thousands of tourists during these years. Therefore, I am very glad to introduce this attraction to you!
Estimated visiting time: 40 minutes
Estimated expense: For free
How to get there: By bus ...
... more ordinary-looking faces red from alcohol and embarrassment pretending they hadn't.
There were a few cool colonial streets and buildings and a pretty good museum in town.
Walking away from the casino strip was rewarded with some hole-in-the-wall, Sino-Portuguese eateries serving up some pretty spicy fare.
The ruins of St Paul's Cathedral seemed to sum up the ...
... welfare scheme here I found out last night. Spoke to someone who actually works for the department that manages this. Unemployed unskilled, elderly or disabled (not sure about the extent of this) people do receive a very small pension (around US$140/month,again not sure about the conditions). Retired professionals - doctors, professors etc. can receive up to US$780ish per month, but they do pay into a separate "scheme" during their working life. I don't know much more about it than ...