Macau - Street Scenes( 17th February 2013 )
The road leading to the St. Paul's Ruins
View from the other end of the same road
The cultural centre before the Saint Paul's Ruins
The road along the cultural centre
We had breakfast on a side lane leading to the St. Paul's Ruins. This is a bowl of 'tank chai chook' (porridge with pork slices and seafood)
The Cantonese call this 'yau char kwai'
This is a big Mac with a twist, with pork patty that is, something that is not available in Malaysia.
This is the famous Macau 'chee par pau' (pork chop bun)
We came across a cultural group doing some Portuguese dance at this pavilion
The dance is worth watching
Reminds me of the Portuguese of Malacca who perform the same kind of dance
A famous food street
The name of the food street
The famous jelly shop along the food street