Hong Kong is more than just a city of scurrying money suits, gwailos, and overly tall skyscrapers. There are also nooks where time slows down, and people are friendlier… oh you can leave your doors unlocked here as well.
This is Lamma Island. A tiny patch of mountain in the sea where foreigners congregate to escape from the madness of Hong Kong. There were plenty of gwailos and laidback Hong Kongers.
Lamma Island’s best activities include: hiking up and down mountains, seafood dinners, and bars for conversations.
I loved the oldness and rot in abandoned temples and homes.
Even this boat was a token of wetter times while the boat people of Hong Kong lived on their sampans and canvas-roofed shacks.