In Macau, we stayed at this “Pousada de Mong-Há”.
This is a big upgrade for us, who had stayed at guesthouses.
They serve a morning buffet and prepare a kid chair!
However, they are not so expensive because a public tourism school runs this hotel, and students treat guests as exercise.
Any street in Macau has a signpost with Chinese and Portuguese written on tiles.
This “mismatch” matches in Macau.
Today’s our mission is to meet a panda in Parque de Seac Pai Van.
Some families with small kids were also on the same bus to the park.
We arrived at the park.
An airplane which reached from Portugal to Macau is displayed there.
A panda is over there.
Of course, he is sleeping.
I tried to take a picture of us with a statue of a panda by myself…
I don’t have a selfie.
We queued at a famous egg tart shop in Coloane Village.
Kotaro doesn’t share really tasty food with us.
After coming back from Coloane to Macau Peninsula, we visited “A-ma-kok” where is said as the origin of the name “Macau”.
I don’t know why Kotaro showed his favorite yoga pose “mountain” here.
We walked up to a historical town area registered as the World Heritage and we ate “douhua” on the way.
It is almost evening in Portuguese, isn’t it?
We found that it was already night and we had no idea to go back to our hotel.
We asked people but some don’t know, some don’t speak English and some are busy.
Taxi is not our way and we don’t carry a smartphone out.
At last, we could find the right bus line successfully by our own foot and traveler’s “feeling”.
Neon of Casino Lisboa glitters behind the bus terminal where we are waiting for a bus.