When Last We Talked

We had spent the day hiking to the top of the Fortress. Below is a short video of the Macau skyline.

From there it was back to the hotel and then off to the City of Dreams hotel/casino for the House of Dancing Water. It was quite a show. It is a 2 billion HK dollar production. Below is a short video I took of three of the many acts.

Thursday was a day to wander around Macao. We also spent time at the Panda Park. We got in with 20 minutes until it closed for the lunchtime feeding – but that was all we really needed. The first one of the two was dead to the world. Had a hard time figuring him out at first.

Just resting...

Just resting…

Oh - so that's what I look like..

Oh – so that’s what I look like..

The second guy was wandering in the “backyard”. He was clearly waiting for the door to the cafeteria to open.

Out for a stroll

Out for a stroll

I am SOOOO bored

I am SOOOO bored

C'mon, open up - I'm hungry

C’mon, open up – I’m hungry

Before we left, we visited a little more of the park – 2014 is the Year of the Horse.

Doh!

Doh!

One gets the impression Homer has startled the horse.

Terry and the Horse

Terry and the Horse

And from the sublime to the ridiculous…

The Shoe Blog

Where does one wear knee high books with cutoffs at 10:00 on a Thursday morning? In Macau, apparently.

These boots are made for walkin'

These boots are made for walkin’

3 thoughts on “When Last We Talked

  1. Val Goodridge

    Erin and I just saw the Nutcracker at the Centennial Concert Hall in Winnipeg so the “ballet” you were treated to was interesting to me. Are the ballerinas in the dancing water show men? It seemed to be a cross between the water show at the Bellagio in Las Vegas and goofy ballet.

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    1. tdwatt23 Post author

      Excellent description. They were both men and women – very fit. When do you head south? Rich and Nancy won’t be down – he had major surgery on Saturday replacing the vein in his left leg with one from his right. Serious stuff.

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