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.
I'm touched by the optimism of that poster in the front.
Part of the opening ceremony for a gaming conference that was being held there while we visited.
1. Looking across Macau from the top.
2. Looking down on Macau through the creepy glass floor.
3. Looking amused at their buggered-up PowerPoint display screens.
The Belated Birthday Girl has advised me that the sentence "stay away from the blackjack tables, they're obviously bent" is potentially libellous, so I won't use it here.
According to this mural, letting your dog spit on the pavement will now cost you 600 patacas.
Lots of cars, yes, but lots of cylindrical metal pillars too.