The view from a fort...can't remember the name.
A lovely coutryard which makes you think you're in Europe.
My visit there this year didn’t start out very good. See, I kinda forgot that I should check the weather…so when we arrived there, casually clad in T-shirts and jeans, we were met with the chilling cold of 17ºC! In Immigration, we looked around to notice that everyone else was warmly clothed…some a bit too warmly; I mean who needs gloves when it’s only 17ºC?
Feels like an evening in Venice...sigh
A replica of Lisbon at one of the casinos.
Macanese and Portuguese food
Super Bock!!! Portuguese Beer :)
All in all, Macau is my kind of city. It may have it’s dodgy sides (very dirty looking, old flats ala Hong Kong) but the beauty of the contrast in culture is just wonderful. You can actually walk the whole city and truly it’s the best way to see it. Otherwise you might miss the little things like a hidden courtyard or an out of place butterfly. Sigh…I can’t wait to go again.