Wednesday, April 20, 2005

St. Paul's Cathedral, Macau

The facade, crypt, steps and mosaic floor are all that remains.

6 Comments:

Blogger Ally said...

You seem interesting. Thanks for taking the time to comment on my blog. I figured I'd check yours out since I had no clue who you were and usually my friends just comment. Your blog is... interesting. :P

3:20 PM  
Blogger Ally said...

I think it's neat you either like to travel or just talk about different places. I've always wanted to travel the US, but a world tour would be nice to. ;)

3:21 PM  
Blogger Ana Paula said...

Hello. Who are you and how did you find me? It was a nice surprise to see your comment. I never expected to hear from someone I haven't met. Whitby is my ex husband's name. He is american. And if you are wondering, I won't change it back because I want to have the same last name as my daughters. That's all...

3:59 PM  
Blogger Kelly said...

Cool sites. Have you actualy been there?

6:06 PM  
Blogger Spike said...

Hi DD, like others responding to your comment on my blog by checking out yours. The overall concept is interesting, you're a pretty good writer and the photos are nice.

In response to your question, I've been to Macau dozens of times, though lately Shenzhen has been a more frequent weekend destination for me. It's interesting to see what's going on in Macau at the moment and wondering how it will all eventually shake out.

I'd like to read more tales of interaction with people (if there are any to report, of course). Something a bit more offbeat? Also, the currency in Macau is not the Hong Kong Dollar, it's the Macau Pataca!

3:00 AM  
Blogger The Digital Daytripper said...

Thanks, Spike, for the feedback! I always especially love to hear from people who know the places I've "visited". Also, thanks for the information regarding currency!
D.D.

7:25 AM  

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