And yes, I know this makes me the one billionth British male to giggle at the name of this perfectly respectable chain of shops.
Introducing part four (of four) of Spank's Hong Kong & Macau Gallery 2005: Kowloon (plus a quick detour Islandside).
Next year he's going to do one for dyslexia.
The ferry from Macau back to Hong Kong, plus accessory.
A quiet Tuesday night at the Macau Cultural Centre. (Tonight's programme was a screening of Le Samourai as part of an Alain Delon season.)
1. The lighthouse itself, obviously.
2. Apparently it's a good place to do push-ups, and not what you thought.
3. Typhoon warning signals, to be hung up in the event of nasty weather.
4. What those signals mean.
A section of Macau that's built itself a reputation for its many and varied restaurants, including the Pinocchio restaurant seen below.