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... This time, I actually believed the artefacts were real. One, because I saw a similar museum in Korea, and two because of course there had been boats in the past, I know that much about history.
I've seen a lot of pottery and to me, these were some of the most beautiful and intricate I've ever seen from that time period (the Song Dynasty 12th-13th centuries). I just thought it was a really great way to spend another rainy afternoon.
After the rain stopped, I went out ...
I still had some Macanese money left, so I booked a table at the tourism school's restaurant for lunch. I didn't manage to get out of the hotel until noon, I was pooping so much.
When I did leave, luckily, I made it to the restaurant at 1:30 because it was one of the best desserts I ever had in my life. Lunch was only about $45 for three courses: mackerel, halibut and the dessert bar, including wine, port and coffee. Wow. The ice cream was seriously the best in my life ...
Team building once again, and off to the beach!
A very different team from last time, and the beach was stunningly beautiful and clean - as good as any in either NZ or Oz can offer, with the added bonus of just-the-right-temp water and safe swimming conditions.
The whole event was better organised this time, and we all ate together at every meal. I made sure I sat at a table with mostly local staff, as they know how to get into some of the tricky but delicious ...
... they know me so well!
That evening we had a scrummy Chinese banquet overlooking the terraces, topped off my toffee covered bananas which was definitely the best (and one of the only) deserts yet! And then it was an early night to prepare us for the long walk tomorrow.
We rose early and set off and were thankfully blessed by a cloudy day which made the trekking far more bearable. I liked ...
This week we went to Lost City Water Park and on the weekend we went camping on Hailing Island. We rented two tents and slept on the beach after staying up late and cooking on the open fire.
Only nine days before we leave Mainland China for Hong Kong so we are in the 'get rid of everything' mode once ...