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Alex and I decided to spend the weekend in Macau. After our first flight was canceled and changed our travel plans, we finally made it there Friday night. But when we showed up at our hotel we realized that we only had hotel reservations for Saturday night. Oops! We didn't think it would be a big deal, so we declined the room they offered us and …
... and there is a big box of money between you and the object of your worship.
Anyway, the place was pretty crowded, but we got some good photos. There was an ice cream cart nearby (and I literally mean cart, like a wooden cart you might see a donkey in front of, if you can picture it) but I wanted to get lunch first. But before that we wanted to see one more place that was very near.
... heaven. In her honour, the fisherman built a temple on the spot where they landed.
In modern Cantonese, Macau is Ou Mun, meaning ‘gateway to the bay’.
The A-Ma temple already existed before the city of Macau came into being. It consists of the Gate Pavilion, the Memorial Arch, the Prayer Hall, the Hall of Benevolence, the Hall of Guanyin, and ...
... is a two storyey, traditional grey brick courtyard house, with the architectural characteristics of a typical ‘Xiguan’ Chinese residential building.
Sam Kai Vui Kun Temple
This temple is located close to the old Chinese Bazaar area, which nowdays functions as St Dominic’s Market, still keeping th essence of the original function of the area. ...
The boat was lightweight and moved very fast compared to regular ferries. As it was passenger only with no cars it can move at higher speeds, so no standing outside on deck is allowed. Also it bobs much more on the surface like a speedboat as there is no weight to anchor it down.
When we came into dock the most ridiculous ordeal was about to ...