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Piccies from my Macau Trip

Back from Macau for more than 2 weeks already. Yes... it seemed like I disappeared and stopped blogging. Nah.... I am still here.... alive and kicking. Just been lazy to come in here to update.

Anyway.... Macau was great... but super tiring. I clocked only about 4 hours of sleep per night... and our entire trip was just "nannying" our guests. Good exposure and experience for such a major event though. Appreciate the fact that I got a chance to go. But, then of course.... having been there for 5 days... with the gang from office... it is inevitable that tempers flew.... and we all snapped at one another at some point. Oh well..... being positive helps. At least i managed to keep my cool till the second last day. That's so unusual of me! Wahahahah!

Here's some piccies.... Well.... i guess this trip has given me the opportunity to see and do stuff that I wud never have done maybe in my lifetime....like... watching a bike and car race from the grand stand..... and.... visiting 3 (not 1) nite club. I mean... those "sleazy" ones k! Hiak Hiak...


Taken from the pit....MACAU GRAND PRIX...WOOHOO!

That's Colin's car.... **Swoon**




Micheal Rutter & Jimmy Moore's Bikes! **Super Swoon**

Us with the drivers.... Duncan and Colin

Fireworks from the Macau Tower.

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