Hello everyone! Just wanted to share my holiday pictures of Macau. Please feel free to comment. Personally, I made quite a lot of mistakes here. For example, I should have gone with F/2 and zoom for the bokeh effect in portraits, etc. Okay, here we go.. We arrived in Macau in the middle of the night on a weekend. Bad timing. Had to wait until the next morning before we managed to get a bus into town. Took a dumpy room for MOP 230 (RM 109.50, USD 28.80) in Hotel Ko Wah on Rue da Felicidade. It was the weekend, so it was very expensive and there was little choice. Coincidentally, it was directly in front of a Pastelaria Koi Kei branch. Pastelaria Koi Kei is one of bigger, if not biggest, Macanese bakeries dealing in smoked sweet meats, Macanese peanut cookies and pancakes. Picture 1 - PKK bakers making cookies. They half-fill the moulds with the flour mixture, put in a piece of peach (if I'm not mistaken) before filling up with more flour. They pack the moulds full and then knock the moulds to remove the cookies. The cookies are later baked. Picture 2 - From another angle. Picture 3 - Sweet meats on sale. These are freshly smoked, no preservatives. Tend to be a little salty as a result. But they sure have a LARGE selection of flavours and types, ranging from garlic pork, chicken and beef to top piglet meat, etc. Superb! Picture 4 - A puppy getting up from his perch next to a small altar. Picture 5 - The same puppy.