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Tuesday, 21 July 2015

MACAU, SIGHTSEEING #2.

Hong Kong, Day 3 - Macau, Sightseeing #2.

After the satisfying and delicious lunch, we started our walk about in Macau. The following are random photos of Macau.
Senado Square





St. Dominic's Church.

Interior of St. Dominic's Church.

Direction post.
We were heading towards Ruins of St. Paul Cathedral.

Koi Kei Bakery - free tasting of snacks, biscuits, etc.

Everyone was looking for some sweet treats e.g. almond cookies and pork jerky to take home as souvenirs.

Free tasting of biscuits or sweet treats before deciding what to buy.

For the whole length of this path from start to end, there were promoters standing in front of the biscuits shops offering samples for free tasting.

This promoter even put on a thorny head wear to attract customers.

Where once there were thorns, cypress trees will grow.

Where nettles grew, myrtles will sprout up.

These events will bring great honor to the LORD's name;

they will be an everlasting sign of His power and love.

(Isaiah 55:13, New Living Translation-NLT)

32 comments:

  1. What a wonderful trip. Wonderful. You did so many fabulous things.

    Have a great day Nancy. ☺

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    1. Thank you, Sandee. And we did a lot of tasting too.

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    1. Thank you, Blogoratti. Have a wonderful Wednesday!

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  3. What a lovely tour of Macau! So many wonderful sights to see and food to eat. The church is pretty! Thanks for taking me along, great photos. Enjoy your day!

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    1. Thank you, eileen for enjoying the trip with me. Have a beautiful Wednesday!

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  4. Amazing pictures kiss

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    1. Thank you, De. Have a wonderful day!

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  5. What a beautiful and clean place to visit. Thanks for sharing.
    Hugs,
    JB

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    1. Thanks, Julia. It is a great place to visit. And fun too!

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    1. Thanks, Linda. Yes its a beautiful place. Have a sweet day!

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  7. The church is a real beauty, and I like the patterns of the cobblestones in the square.

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    1. Thanks, William. That's a beautiful square to take photos.

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  8. Nancy nice place but so crowded.Free tasting sweets it is a great idea..

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    1. Thanks, Gosia. Oh yes! it was so crowded that I was so worried that I might lose sight of my friends.

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  9. Interesting place...great architecture building and the food...mmmm go place to go. Thanks for sharing and very well written of your exprience there. I enjoyed reading :)

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    1. Thanks, Elin. Its my joy to share of my wonderful experience and I am glad you enjoyed reading about it.

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  10. Ahh familiar sites from my own visit there a few years ago. (EVERYONE goes to this square!) I love the food-testing part hehe... and they're not stingy about portion sizes!

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    1. Hi Stacy, no one can miss this square but its a lovely place. Ha ha...we all enjoy the testing part, eat till we were filled.

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  11. I thought that thorny head was promoting durian or some kind of fruit. Lol.

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    1. Ha ha...I should have taken a photo up front to show what he was promoting...lol!

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  12. Nancy, so many nice buildings to see and pastries to buy! I wonder if you bought any home?

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    1. Hi, Phong Hong, in the end we didn't buy any because we still have 2 more days to go before returning home. We decided to buy from the Hong Kong branch on the last day.

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  13. Thanks for sharing them. It is nice to see the tall buildings. Sounds you had a wonderful day...

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    1. Thank you. We had a very wonderful day indeed!

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  14. Free testing, how fun! Did you test anything that you bought later?

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    1. Hi Mun, yes I like the almond cookies. But I bought the cookies from the Hong Kong branch.

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