Motel 168 Zhongshan Xingzhong Road
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... our way to the main casino area, and Amy & Evan taught me the finer points of playing black jack (like how to count!) as I have never done it before.
After watching for a while, I 'borrowed' some chips from Amy, and started playing, paying her back in chips fairly quickly. We all ended up that night - me by 2,050 HKD! Talk about beginners luck, and I still had my original money untouched.
Macao is a strange mix of modern China, colonial Portugal & Las Vegas style casinos. It's a tiny place (30km2) just 1 hour from HK. I was surprised to discover that Macao, like HK, is attached to mainland China. Whilst both consist of many islands, the main inhabited areas are firmly attached to the mainland &/or linked by bridge/ tunnel etc. For some reason I'd had it in mind that the whole place was an ...
... my way around the store. I ended up buying towels, an iron, a decent knife, cutting board and crockery and also some food (fruit and snacks) for around $100. The same things in Oz would have cost around $250-$300 I expect. With three rather large bags in the middle of a thunderstorm, I had to make my way back somehow. Remember no one speaks English. So I pushed the trolley outside and tried to hail a taxi in the ...
... tells the complete story of the Titanic, from its origins (three industrialists agree to collaborate on building the world’s biggest cruise liner) to its future (apparently the wreck will rust and dissolve to nothing by 2050). To its credit, the exhibition only sparingly references the movie. Though a big chunk of James Cameron’s Discovery Channel special is featured by way of explaining how exactly the Titanic sank.
The next day ...
... passport, visa if applicable and Macao ID or HK ID - whatever you use to go in and out of Macao)
- a few sets of clothes for cool weather
- a few t-shirts and knee length shorts
- PE or uniform shirt must be worn to the airport and when we are traveling on flights
- light comfortable sandals or flip-flops
- proper running shoes or walking/hiking shoes
- sports clothes
- swim ...