|Rabbit Lantern exhibition in Macau|
It was a bit of a challenge to walk from the ferry terminal to some of the historic sites but we eventually found a walking route across a maze of busy streets that line the harbour front. (We took a shuttle bus back.)
Our first stop was the Ruins of St. Paul's, a church that was built in the early1600's. The ruins, and this one front wall, were restored from 1990-1995.
Mount Fortress is right beside the church and built a few years later to protect Macau from pirate attacks from the sea and was key to resisting the attempted Dutch invasion in 1622.
On a much more modern note, the architecture and design of the Grand Lisboa Hotel and Casino is completely over the top and made for some interesting photos.
|The window washers at the Wynn Hotel have a never-ending job!|
|Andrew's reflection fascination is rubbing off on me.|
|Chinese New Year's is coming soon!|