11.26.2007

stick shifts and safety belts.


what a fine day for a race. we spent a saturday in november on the isle of macau - the las vegas of the far east - at the macau grand prix.



casinos from afar. we arrived so early in the morning that we decided to have a nice buffet breakfast at the brand-spankin' new macau venetian. waffles never tasted so good.



one of the oldest casinos in macau...



death defying feats of strength...



twisted metal and carnage (extremely light on the carnage)...



ingenuity...



and a little asian persuasian... brigham, we took this picture for you.


watch me:

10 comments:

Mardi & Jeremey said...

I love the video! You guys are so awesome! The casino buildings there are so cool. Oh and the breakfast buffet sounds amazing. I am hungry for waffles now!

Scott, Heidi and clan said...

who knew that the asian culture would have a las vegas bone in them? not me, really......i wonder who was first........

Ashlee said...

Nice! Got your own nascar over there huh! Breakfast buffets have got to be one of the best fulfilling activites you can do! Love seeing the adventures in China. Hope the babe is doing well! Only 76 days left. Wow, time goes by fast.

Michelle said...

My husband served part of his mission in Macau and he always wanted to go to the Grand Prix and he was wondering how much tickets are in case we are ever over there.

Michelle said...

My husband served part of his mission in Macau and always wanted to go to the Grand Prix. How much are tickets in case we are ever over there.

Alyson said...

cake always takes me back to the days at weber high for some reason. i'm so glad you got some american food in you. and where would asia be without those rice rockets!??! how did eggroll do with that commotion and noise? :)

Jacee McGuire said...

Hey Erin!
I love looking at your blog. I can't believe you guys are in HK, how cool is that! You are getting a cute baby hump, a boy will be so much fun. You can check out our blog at billyandjacee.blogspot.com.
Talk to you later,
Jacee

Anonymous said...

It sure looks like you guys are getting to see a bunch of amazing places. How fun. I'm jealous.

Laura B from the LBC said...

I love the newspaper hat...tre asian chic!

Adah said...

You write very well.

old me.