Adventures in Macau

Hello I’m back from my weekend trip to Macau! Sorry for not blogging for a while so this will be a loooong post to make up for it 😀 Mostly pictures though since I don’t have the right amount of energy to string long coherent sentences now.

Oops not of Macau yet! This is a gross looking picture of only the best food in the world! Egg with half cooked yolk is my thang, as you all know. The other day, I found the second best feeling ever- the moment when I stick my fork into the egg only to realize that it’s HALF COOKED. Oh. My. God.

WUWUWUWU!!!!! Played squash and netball the other day and broke my nails!!! Broke 4 of them actually. So stupid I didn’t even break my nails when I played basketball and it was supposed to be a rougher game than netball!

So off to Macau we went! Guess what color is my new eye color!

Kevin and Koki in the bus.

Near the heritage site in Macau.

There’s this street leading to the St Paul’s ruins where people from the shops will just randomly give you food to test! How amazing ♥♥ And they’re sooo yummy too!

God I love it when cathedrals/churches pull this shit on me. Like Milan’s cathedral, this one was just so unexpected too. It’s nestled behind shop houses so you don’t expect it and suddenly it’ll just go WHOA LOOK AT ME I’M SO MAGNIFICENT!!!

You naughty thing, you *shy

How beautiful!

All five of us! We’re the most fawesome group ever 😀 From left: Koki from Japan, Ser Siang from Malaysia, me, my roomie Maria from Sweden and Kevin from California!

Ok you don’t need to point out that I’M STILL SHORTER THAN EVERYONE DESPITE STANDING A STEP HIGHER HAHAHAHA wtf

Kevin and Ser Siang reenacting the scene hahah

Climbed up the fort and perspired like shit!!!!! Perspired wtf hahaha I refuse to use the word sweat hmmp!

There’s this drink called Pocari Sweat which is sorta like 100 plus and everytime someone drinks that, they must point and laugh at me one lor!!! Doesn’t help that it’s my favorite drink too so whenever someone sees me drink it, they’ll go “Pocari Sweat hahah look Suet it’s your name right there hahaha”. Erm I’m well aware of that thank you very much wtf

The cathedral (or what’s left of it) overlooks the city

Macau in its glory

I hate sightseeing on hot humid days T_____T

Dinner at night at this reaaaally good Portuguese restaurant! Highly recommended to people who’re going to Macau! It’s called A Lorcha and it’s at 289 Rua do Almirante Sergio. Very hard to get there for us cause we don’t know the name of the road in Chinese and it was hard telling the cab driver! We went in without reservation but it’s almost impossible to get seats if you don’t reserve so call them up first!

It cost us HKD $100 per person but it was worth it!

Maria and I ♥

Woohoo sangria! I drank like two sips and called it a day wtf sucks when I have to pay just as much T_T

Me and Kevin the birthday boy!

Cheers to Macau and great friends =D

There was a fireworks competition the same day so we saw that too!

Went to the famous Venetian after that. Very very pretty!

The fake blue sky is so nice!

The river. Looks very disney world-ish actually.

The rest went gambling but I hate casinos so here I am spending my time wisely wtf (and it doesn’t cost money!)

The next day we went BUNGY JUMPING! tallest bungy jump in the world!!!

WOOHOOOOO

Signing the form that says if you die then oops too bad wtf

Scared face T___T

HAHAHAHAHHA

I can so see the jaws on my parents’ face now! hahahha. No lah I didn’t jump! But I really really almost did it!! Too bad it cost like $1500 (RM750) and it’s way too expensive for me 🙁 🙁

Koki who was dead pale before his jump. Ahhhh damn jealous I really wanted to do it! I promised them I’ll do it next month so I better start saving up now!

We went home after that the end.

Macau is a nice place to visit but I didn’t like the place that much. It was veryyy hard to get a cab and people just run into the cab you flagged down all the time! People here are VERY rude. It’s also expensive to keep taking cabs but we didn’t know which buses to take so we didn’t have a choice. Keep that in mind when you’re choosing a hotel in Macau so you can choose somewhere close to where you want to visit!

I guess that’s all for now, I hope you like the pictures!