Macau for Dummies
|Oh, hey there!!|
|There was also roasted pork.|
|The streets of the "other side" of Macau.|
|Our taxi went by this place much too quickly. I'd have loved to visit.|
|Two musicians were playing in the church.|
Spanish architecture isn't often seen in Hong Kong or China. But it definitely is seen in Macau.
I can't get over the egg tarts in Macau and Hong Kong. Come on!! This baby was HKD$9 and was eaten in two bites. Maybe three.
|The front of the ruins.|
|And the back of the ruins.|
The cathedral of St. Paul's was built from 1602-1640 and was destroyed by a fire in 1835. The ruins still stand and are an important tourist area. After eating an egg tart, it's an easy climb and even more easy to walk around. It's only one wall, after all.
|Not the Wynn|
|We made it!!|