Am taking short walks around the village these days, given the general advice to not go out given the Covid-19 crisis.
I’ve gotten used to these alleys. I’ve forgotten it’s a maze.
The village cha chaan teng.
Another way into the village.
Flip-flop towing service. I hope I’ll never have to use the service. I have the number on my phone. Just in case.
Road under construction.
Scenes of nothing in particular. But these non-things get interesting if one really looks.
There are little guides to behavior.
Precarious parking spot – the art of making do.
This village seems to have a particular issue.
Work in progress.
Nature and human presence.
A quiet stroll at the village beach.
Some are going for a paddle.
Not crowded at all.
Murakami at Tai Kwun.
All going by so fast with phone and cameras.
Were all those really Murakami?
What I do when the family is on retail therapy …
Rise and shine!
The view from our balcony.
We were here.
Tiger, dragon, tourist.
But the stuff was really yummy.
On Royal Caribbean’s Voyages of the Sea, to Kaohsiung and Taipei (Keelung) from Hong Kong.
There were wonderful views at the top deck.
In a contemplative mood.
Lots to take in.
The restaurant queue was crazy at first.
But the restaurant was awesome.
We’ve about 2 hours to kill, so what better way to do it and get a bit of mild exercise than to go hiking, from our village to the next.
The theme of the day – rustic beauty. Debris at a nearby beach.
The colours are nice.
Up the steps.
Light at the end of the path.
Nice green window.
Window and scarred wall of an abandoned village house.
Discarded electrical board.
Village road sign.
Nice open view.
Bye bye village!