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One of the grande dame of the restaurant world, La Tour D’Argent Paris (meaning Silver Tower) is like the rite of passage for every (French) chef aiming for the highest culinary accolades. It’s also one of the restaurants that inspired some scenes in the animation film Ratatouille. The history of the restaurant is a grey […]

Filed under: Eating out Food Travel
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  So, one of the next best thing living in Macao is that we’re just 30 minutes from the border of Zhuhai and about 20 mins to this wonderful furniture wood village in 中山, Zhongshan that sells everything at wholesale cost price made for export and distribution. It’s kind of like a household wonderland with […]

Filed under: China Food Shop Travel
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07
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Year end de-cluttering and trying to finish up my food and travel posts before end of 2014! I’m revisiting lots of photos from our last trip back to France in September. We had a quick and very enjoyable lunch at Jean François Piège’s Thoumieux brasserie, which I’d highly recommend as a pitstop before hitting the shops […]

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Well, you’ve probably read so many variations of what to do outside of casinos, but here’s my take living here as I continue to discover this weird and wonderful place. If you’re travelling as a couple or with children, these could be fun too, although a little more art and culture skewed. 1. Macao Science […]

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You’ve probably seen enough of glitzy casinos, artistic black and white postcard worthy photography of old streets and old people or sponsored posts in International papers by the tourism board, but here’s my slice of living in Macao for over two years now. What normal people do and see while getting on the bus, shopping […]

Filed under: Macau Personal Travel
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