Today was my last day in Macau, it is also my first day entering into China.
The day started off with some nice breakfast at the Hard Rock Hotel in Macau.
It was pretty interesting. Even though Macau is technically China, I still need to go through customs and immigration to go into China. Actually I had to do that when I entered Macau from HK. HK is technically China as well. I guess it is because of the SAR status. As soon as I cross the boarder, everything seems different. Simplified chinese verse traditional chinese.
Street of Zhu Hai.
The first thing we did after crossing the boarder is to go toward the seafood market. YUM!!!
No … I did not eat any of that sea worm. Yikes!!!
Yep my little sister is also in China to meet us 🙂
My little cousins.
Aunt and Uncle.
Mom and Dad
Now starts the cooked food section. So this is how it works, you go and pick out the sea food market, and take the sea food to the many restaurants near by and they will cook the sea food for you for a fee.
After lunch, we visited Zhu Hai and went on toward Zhong Shan.
Zhong Shan was the home of the Founding Father of the Republic of China. Dr. Sun Yet-Sen (Zhong Shan).
It has nothing to do with the site, but I thought the trash can looked cool.
Sun Yet-Sun’s Guava… the founding father guava 😉
Surprising to find the ROC flag in PRC.
The 3 Principle of the People. It is inspired by Abe Lincoln’s “Government of the people, by the people, and for the people.”