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30
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Great solo show of Yayoi “polka dot” Kusama’s A dream I dreamed. I wish it was  a little better organised as there were long winding queues to enter the “Infinity mirrored room – gleaming lights of the souls” which I call the intergalactic trip room. It’s also a super limited time, you’re herded in 5 […]

Filed under: Art/Design China Travel
Sat
29
Mar
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  Tenmasa is known as one of the best tempura spots in town. House in Altira hotel,  prices are pretty steep, but it’s really a case of you get what you paid for – quality produce, a great intimate setting with good acoustics (private rooms) and we always go with the omakase menu – leaving […]

Filed under: Food Macau
Tue
25
Mar
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Marrakech is one of those magical places you read about in novels full of Arabian mystery and that sense of poetic chaos in the city is that exact same experience as you’re assaulted by lots of colours, sounds and haggling shop keepers. But it’s wonderful. Shopping? You’re spoilt for choice, it’s overwhelming! The medina is […]

Filed under: Art/Design Shop Travel
Sun
09
Mar
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  This place opens at noon, and is always packed with locals, especially students from the high school behind. This eatery has been around for over 20 years with a new renovated look in the recent years and no hawker cooking with a cigarette hanging from his lips in his singlet – I was told […]

Filed under: Eating out Food Macau
Tue
04
Mar
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It’s Mardi Gras (Fat Tuesday as they say in French) or Shrove Tuesday today. Unfortunately for us, no parade here in Macau nor carnival to partake in. Well, while you’re eating pancakes and fried breads and all sorts of fatty stuff, here’s some old images of some of my best times living in the Veneto. […]

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