Walking along the streets of downtown Macau triggers a fancy imagination of myself being transported back in the 16th century – the period when Macau was under the Portuguese rule. Blame it on the beautifully paved sidewalks, those classic lamp posts, the centuries old structures and the stunning alleys, I’ve been daydreaming of time travelling to that very epoch as I stroll along its streets.
The recent jaunt to Macau was ultimately to search for the pastelaria who makes best egg tart in the territory. You can read more about the assignment here: The Best Egg Tart in Macau. The particular mission took me two days, covering seven (7) bakeries. The fun task involved lots of walking, amusing bus rides, including the thrilling bus hopping offered free by hotels and casinos.
Was treated with a sun-less, thirteen (13) to seventeen (17) degrees weather during my visit which worked to my advantage of walking without even having to drown in my own sweat. Haha!
Knowing there would be lots of walking involved for the particular assignment, easy dressing and comfortable footwear were essential. The first day was a bit relaxed while the next day was so cramped, hence lots of outfit pictures where taken on the first day and only one outfit photo on the second.
First Day Outfit Ensemble: Black Sweatshirt from Memo, White Long-sleeved Polo from Memo, Super Skinny Fit Washed Denim Jeans from Penshoppe, White Airmax Shoes from Nike, Gray Backpack from Herschel
Second Day Outfit: Denim Shirt from Bossini, Parka from H&M, Skinny-fit Jeans from Wrangler Jeans, Pedro del Herrero Shoes, Herschel Backpack.
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