As you saw in my post The August I was in Macau (China), an old portuguese colony. I will make a few posts with several photographs and some texts about what I thought about Macau. Today I let you some photos of São Paulo Ruins. Before these ruins where part of a church and São Paulo's College. Nowadays, we have only the front, result of a fire. This is one of the most important monuments in Macau and one of the touristic points. When we hang out at night we stablished the Ruins as a reference point to meet us. The weather wasn't so bad as we see in the pictures and the umbrellas wasn't about the imperceptible rain, but for people protect from the sun. One particular thing that in Europe, specially in Portugal, is not very common. Chinese are very careful with their skins! They use umbrellas, masks (those for sick people) and the girls use those masks for the skin at night during 15 minutes, like three days a week. I confess... I tried once too! ahah Chinese girls take care very well their skin and avoid the maximum the exposure to the sun!
Depois de subir uns degraus, a vista para baixo!!
After climbing, the view!!
Do outro lado da fachada!