Friday, July 31, 2015

Exploring Macau: Ou Mun Cafe and A-Ma Temple

Another month passed by, another post I write... Hey, wait a minute, it's been way beyond one month! Folks (sounding like my director *clear throat*), I promise to try my very best to come up with at least one post every fortnight as a commitment to myself, if time and my brain permit. Fingers crossed.

There were big and small trips in between since my visit to Macau and Hong Kong until now. I hope to conclude this one very soon so I may start writing about my next family trip to Sekinchan.

Out of the two mornings spent in Macau, Ou Mun Cafe (澳门咖啡) with a taste of portugal was the first we visited for breakfast. Click here for its Google Maps coordinates.

澳门咖啡 (Ou Mun Cafe): A Taste of Portugal

Saturday, May 30, 2015

Macau: Ruins of St. Paul's (大三巴牌坊) Senado Square and Monte Forte

Watching “武则天” while writing this actually doubled up the time I usually spend to come up with a blog post. Macau was truly amazing. And right now, I'm about to show you some of the places we visited on the first day of our arrival. Such lovely weather to tour around the city.

Macau: Senado Square / Senate Square

Sunday, April 19, 2015

Macau: London Hotel and Shanghai Gold Dumplings

Macau Day 1: London Hotel and 上海金牌小龙
Our Macau trip was a free-and-easy one. There wasn't much planning involved prior landing our feet on this quaint and beautiful piece of historical land. Most friends suggested no planning is necessary as it's very convenient to get around the city by taking shuttle buses. Bus fares are cheap for frequent bus lines. 

We took ferry from Hong Kong to Macau at the Hong Kong–Macau Ferry Terminal. From there, we hopped on a bus (make sure you have the right amount of change to pay the bus fare) to reach our accommodation for the following few nights. We walked quite a fair bit not knowing there is actually a bus-stop right in front of Ole London Hotel (澳莱英京酒店).

Friday, March 27, 2015

山顶 The Peak Hong Kong

Hooray!!! We've finally came to the most anticipated day of the week again!

Happy FLYYYYYYYYYYDAY, peeps! It feels oh so awesome to eventually get to write up a blog post in the most peaceful and relaxing evening.

The main difference between our previous and most recent trip to The Peak 山顶 is that we took a double-decker bus instead of a tram this time. Different experience and more cost-saving of course! Mum and everyone were freaking out throughout the entire ride up the hill, so steep and windy we thought our bus might not survive one of the sharp corners. But we did survive somehow =p

The Peak (山顶) Hong Kong

Saturday, March 14, 2015

Aberdeen Harbour (香港仔) Hong Kong

Dear all who are still following and reading my blog, thanks very very much for your continual support. Thank you for sticking around with me despite the fact that I rarely update my blog as frequent anymore. For those newcomers, I'm offering you my biggest and warmest bear hug. Welcome to my life, literally =)

I seem to be having wanderlust again lately, to someplace cold and relaxing I wish. Hong Kong was chilly in the month of November but I wouldn't say it was a relaxing trip, considering the fair amount of walking involved to travel around this well-developed, fast paced country. We intended to visit "南丫島" Lamma Island at first, however, due to time constraints and lack of preparation, we chose to came to "香港仔" Aberdeen Harbour instead.

香港仔 Little Hong Kong
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