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Sigh Captures: Macau and Hong Kong

I mentioned in my last post that I was caught in some vacations during the past few months, and in this post, I am to share the photos that I took during our holiday vacation in Macau and Hong Kong last January of this year.  We started the year with a 'cold' vacation, literally.  Yes, it was winter during that time and I did planned it... and since I always wanted to go to Disneyland wearing my winter outfits and the boots, so we have to have our vacation on a winter time, in Hong Kong.

I am on duty (a.k.a. the official family photographer, lol) that time with my trusted camera. Enjoy my photos, as I was truly enjoying the sceneries while capturing it.

 Food shop at the Senado Square in Macau

 Lobby at the Grand Lisboa Casino Hotel
The Macau Tower

 Christmas decorations at the Senado Square

Souvenir shirts sold at the Senado Square

 The Ruins of St. Paul Cathedral in Macau

street food vendor at the Senado Square
 Bruce Lee's statue at the Avenue of the Stars in Hong Kong

 Avenue of Comic Stars at Kowloon Park in Hong Kong

 Aberdeen Fisherman's Wharf in Hong Kong
 H O N G K O N G   D I S N E Y L A N D 



 Mickey Mouse waffles with filling



Disney princesses at the parade



double-deck bus in Hong Kong


Wish to go back there next winter.

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