A Flea Market in Macau.

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I really wish I could tell you where in Macau these were taken but we were weaving in and out the many streets and alleyways (because there was so much to see!) I honestly have no idea. What I can tell you, though, is that the moment we walked into this beautiful street with its old, colorful shops and local people selling vintage everything in the smallest flea market I’ve ever seen, the scenes that you see in these photographs became my favorite memories from Macau.

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12 comments on “A Flea Market in Macau.

  1. I love old books. Always buy them when I see and keep imagining where they were before, to whom they belong, what kinda history they shared. :)

    1. I love the smell of old books even though it has actually crossed my mind how unhygienic they could be but a good smell is a good smell. :D

    1. It’s one of those streets behind the ruins of St. Paul… I’m sure if I had a good map I could point it out. I will try, Pratiksha! :D

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