O Centro Historico de Macau

I certainly did not expect to fall in love in Macau. I didn’t particularly enjoy the fake plastic casino ‘side’ of it but the historic centre surprised me with it’s charm and many places to explore. I feel silly that we kept putting off our trip there for the past 14 months. Now we both want to go back.

Husband and me in Senado Square

St. Paul’s College of Macau

Daily newspapers

Macau Egg Custard tarts – Portuguese style. It’s difficult to walk around the old town with the constant urge to buy and eat them. Freshly baked, hot, buttery soft with caramelized top layer. Absolutely delicious.

Ruth and me enjoying every bite!

Bak-kwa are Chinese salty-sweet dried, barbecued meat (pork or beef) with seasoning

Back street in the Old City



On the way to catch the ferry back to Hong Kong

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