Sunday, February 10, 2013

Winter Vacation: Day 1 - Macau

I have my very first winter vacation in Hong Kong and Macau together with the family.  It was the vacation that I have always wanted.  It was winter there, though zero snow, but so I have to don my winter outfits, and that made the trip more exciting.

Day 1 - MACAU
We were lucky enough to board the 12 noon trip via the Turbojet at the China Ferry Terminal in Hong Kong.  We arrived in Macau an hour after.  Prior  to our trip, my sister and I did some research on how to get to the major tourist attractions of Macau. Travel bloggers recommended to take free shuttle bus ride of Grand Lisboa Casino-Hotel since we planned to set foot first on The Ruins of St. Paul Cathedral.  The shuttle buses are parked outside the ferry terminal.  We took the most comfortable seats of the bus and took advantage of sightseeing the grandeur of the casinos in Macau.

This gigantic metal structure greets the tourists when entering the city center of Macau.  Failed to do research on this though.

At the lobby of the Grand Lisboa Casino

 Santa Claus on his sleigh welcomes everyone at the Senado Square.

At the Senado Square

One of the places that Macau tourists must visit is The Ruins of St. Paul Cathedral. And we did have conquered (?) and captured (camera-lights-action!) the historical attraction.

What I Wore:
My winter outfit in Macau

teal sleeveless warmer top, black knit beaded on the neck and waistline longsleeve dress , black jacket - Chic Vintage / black boots - Linea Italia / gold belt - sigh's closet / teal beanie, teal earmuffs (gifted), magenta gloves - Terranova / red sling camera bag - Halo / black leggings - G. Metro / black oversized sling bag - Gavin

On to my outfit: If you remember, one of the aspects of my fashion advocacy is Color Coherence.  During this trip to Macau my outfit revolved on black and teal.  The gold color from the belt, the red color from the sling bag and the magenta color from the gloves have somehow broken the monotony.  I always find pleasure in a well-color-coordinated outfit.

Have you visited Macau?

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