The Dragon Gate in Malacca

The little streets of Malacca had all sorts of interesting temples and stores full of antiques and curios. I don’t normally talk about curios in such high regard. Curios in other countries always seem better than curios in your own country. And thus, we end this diatribe on curios.

The Dragon Gate in Malacca

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    Lovely shot. The only time I was in Macau it poured rain the entire time. I definitely want to go back when the weather is a little nice. Well, actually, a lot nicer!

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