Macau Travel Blog› entry 9 of 13 › view all entries
February 3rd, 2010 – by: WanderingStoic
guide, trying trying to decide how best to spend my one remaining day here. I decided to check out Lou Lim Lok Garden, do
some more wandering & revisit some sites along the way. Little did I suspect what today had in store for me...
I started out by walking towards Senado Square, in search of breakfast. I found the same store I went to my second day in
Macau and decided to sample something else. I saw a sign for sausage bun and ordered one. As I walked away, snacking on
my sausage bun, I was mildly dismayed to learn that it is little more than a hotdog baked into bread. It was surprisingly
of coffee, I set off to find Lou Lim Lok Garden.
I found myself walking down streets which were decidedly less 'touristy', instead populated with people hurrying to work-
businessmen, bankers, teachers, managers, sales clerks and all the other professionals we rarely consider until needing
their services. All of them seemed to be headed in the same general direction, towards the business district (the
opposite direction I was headed). I went through Tap Seac Square, past the central library and the Macao Historical
The garden is well worth the trip. It is not an expansive place and you can walk through it in less than 30 minutes but
if you slow down and savour the moment, it becomes so much more enjoyable.
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