Ruins of St Paul, one of the famous landmark in Macau and one of the UNESCO World Heritage. We passed by here at the first night and surprised that it was really packed with locals and foreigners. And second day, we were here again.
The view from Ruins of St Paul.
Shot by my little girl. I have to adjust myself to her height or else i will get my head cut off from the photo. LOL
I can't stop laughing at this photo! Why la the hubby carried the girl like this? Like going to shit!! LOL!!!
Love this family shoot! Using Samsung Galaxy S2, edited the color and background. Hopefully it will turn nice if I get it printed.
Lovely candid shot by hubby. :)
The evening weather was good. We really enjoyed relaxing at Ruins of St Paul and observing the locals and tourists. LOL. The little girl was happily running around. :)
We then walked around the Senado Square and walked further to a narrow lane opposite Senado Square to dinner. Walked into a cramp and small restaurant (in fact, most of the coffee shops or restaurants in Macau are like that) for dinner. We had duck claypot rice and also chicken claypot rice. Taste wise, it was too salty for me, especially the duck claypot rice. After dinner, we walked again towards the main road and passed by Cheung Kei noodle house, which I wanted to have dinner on our first night!! Sigh...
We then took taxi back to hotel and called it a day. We went to Coloane Village next day! :)