Macau take two!

I knew I’ll be back in this place because I didn’t make it at the right Ruins of St. Paul before! And this time, I finally made it! (: And since I’m with a first timer (my new travel buddy!) , all we did for our Macau stint is to go to the tourists-must-see places.

I booked our HK-Macau trip for February because I love the cold weather on that time and I’ve been wanting to dress in layers – my considerations in life!

Here we are in the bus from the airport going to our hotel in Kowloon. I chose a place near the port for less hassle going to Macau – our first destination.


At the ferry going to Macau. It’s about 45 mins to an hour from HK to Macau. We got the business class ticket so it came with free snacks and drinks plus a place on the second deck of the ferry.



And here we are! Macau’s Fisherman’s Wharf.




My favorite spot to take photo when in Macau is by this wall! Tee hee.




And the famous Venetian Hotel. It took a few minutes for my travel buddy to realize that we’re indoors. He though the sky was real! (:




And the highlight of my Macau stint! Finally!


Ruins of St Paul



The back. The facade is what all that remains.



So that’s pretty much it. Macau is best seen at night with all the overflowing lights from the hotels and casinos but my travel buddy has decided to go back home even before the sun disappeared due to tiredness.

But before I end this post, let me show you what we had eaten in Macau. Besides from the street foods we ate at the vicinity of Ruins of St Pail, we had this equally good meal at the Venetian. It costs about 1,500 pesos for those in the photo below so yes, if you’re a Filipino in the same class as I am, it’s a bit pricey. (:

Meal in MacauMeal in Macau


Most photos I’ll be showing in my travelogues is taken by my Black GoPro Hero 3+.

Given the chance and the budget, will certainly go back and maybe spend a bit some time in the Slot Machine. ;)






My love for Macau

I indeed have a crave for travels.

I live by this quote:
“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines, sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.” – Mark TwainMacau

What I love about Macau is the unison of different cultures.

I will definitely go back. I only had 4 hours to wander around. It’s too sort and definitely not enough.

See you again soon.



3 in 1

As I quote mom “Breakfast in the Phil, lunch in Hongkong and dinner in Macau… Life.” Today’s pretty tiring but the experience is surreal.

Mom, Gavin and I at Venetian Hotel in Macau.

Time to hit the sack coz tomorrow is Gavin’s day… Oh where’s that hidden Mickey?