I don't really think there's much I can add in this 'about' section. Hong Kong and Macau are so well known that I won't be able to contribute much of anything to the body of knowledge in a hundred words or thereabouts so I'll just talk briefly about what else, the food.
No doubt about it, we ate well. Everything from 'pork spare parts' from a shop the size of a small closet to grand chinese dinners at the casinos in Macau to roast goose and roast chestnuts in Hong Kong. The roast goose was one of the highlights, after all we made a pilgrimage to one of the best-known restaurants in Hong Kong for that but some of the fried noodles and soup noodles from little roadside shops were really, really first rate. As for the casino food, we had one very fine feast as a group and unfortunately, with my aversion to casinos, I managed to miss what Susan described as the best meal of the trip in The Wynn casino of all places! By the way, the Portuguese egg tarts in Macau are so good I could have subsisted on them to the exclusion of everything else.