Tuesday, August 30, 2011

101 Things I Certainly Enjoyed: No. 7: Camwhoring at Senado Square

My Macau trip was full of memories. Hence, here's another entry with photos (of course) shot in a Calle Crisologo-ish Senado Square.

Senado Square or Largo do Senado was created by Portuguese experts. It is paved by a wave-patterned mosaic of colored stones starting from the main road up to St. Paul's ruins. It is enclosed by the buildings of Leal Senado, the general post office and St. Dominic Church. This square is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Don't you love the tilings of the pavement? 

This trip was FUN because of my company - the three tough cookies namely Jeng, Jen and Glad.

The three girls are my batch mates in the telco I am presently employed. Glad, in blue polo, aside from being a batch mate, was my high school barkada. Jen, in black, was our former colleague and currently works in Dubai. The lady in checkered top is Jeng, a former colleague as well and currently works in an IT company. Only me and Glad remain loyal to our company. Hanggang kelan? hahaha!

The Senado Sqaure is the gateway to one of Macau's main attractions. Ruins of St. Paul Church that is. It has McDonald's and other fast food chains. The Mc Donald's here serves the typical meals with a twist! Their menu boasts of soup with burger. Don't ask me how it tastes! We never had the guts to try it though! hahaha!

Noticed that in Macau Bossini Boutiques are bigger that the usual boutiques there. Same in Hong Kong.

AND NOW presenting the bida shots and supporting role shots. =))

Glad and yours truly as supporting subjects. haha!

Bida shot! :D

Another bida shot!

Kick it! --> Bida shot!

Singit shot! haha!

Supporting roles. Passers-by kuno!

May MAS BIBIDA pa ba dito?

1 comment:

  1. "May MAS BIBIDA pa ba dito?" -Jonah

    --Sa tingin ko wala na! Hahaha! Di na mahihigitan ang paglagay nya ng kamay sa bewang eh!