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Macau: A Lorcha

I don’t usually follow tips in travel guides, and if I do I often end up with a mediocre if not bad experience. So I was very wary when we decided to visit A Lorcha, one of the famous (if not the most famous) Portuguese restaurants in Macau. 478 more words

Food & Drink

Macau: A Lorcha Comida Portuguesa

Before leaving for Macau, a friend who was there a couple of years ago strongly advised us to try this really good Portuguese restaurant. Unfortunately, my friend has a rather poor memory so she does not remember the restaurant’s name. 394 more words

Travel

Gritty Macau

Our first stop in Macau: A Lorcha, a fabulous traditional Portuguese restaurant. Too bad its in a slightly sketchy part of town. After a lunch of garlicky stew, crusty bread and a little vinho verde, we took a stroll to the historic part of town to check out the sites, and passed some interesting places along the way including a design store with a vintage gameboy, several autobody shops, and a temple tucked away amid the tenements. 13 more words

Temple

Pinoy's Charm in A Lorcha

Filipinos, or “Pinoys” as we call ourselves, are all over the world. The reasons vary from touring a place, visiting a relative, and probably the most common: being an overseas Filipino worker (OFW) and… 486 more words

Food

Macau's A Lorcha

Macau was once a Portuguese colony and it is still being felt until now with the cobblestone streets, architectural structures, street signs and also restaurants. 193 more words

Travel

Vegas of the (far) East アジアのヴィガス

I had a friend in town at the end of September.  She’d been living in London for several years and took the time to stop over in the big Lychee enroute to her return to Oz.  556 more words

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