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Lovely stuff indeed. You're reminding me that I'm due up to get back to Saigon . . . and that one of these years I need to spend a little more time outside the airport in HK. Great photos.
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Let's now hop to Aberdeen, a former fishing village on the south side of Hong Kong Island.







































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It's fascinating to me just how little land HK actually occupies. It's such a condensed area (due to the geography) to house that many people. It really is the only city of its kind in that I can't imagine more than 0.5% of residents live in SF detached house.
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The hike up to Sunset Peak's 869m is not for the faint-hearted. The steps keep going up, and up, and up, and soon you get aerial views across to Tung Chung and the South China Sea. There is a short-cut starting point partially uphill by taking either bus 3M or 23 from Tung Chung and getting off at Pak Kung Au, a roughly 10-minute ride.

















































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