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Saturday, April 7, 2012

Shek O

Spent the afternoon hiking in Shek O, one of last old school villages in Hong Kong. It's the only places you can surf here and enjoy a slower pace of life. Located in the southeast of Hong Kong island. The views here are spectacular. You can read more about it here.

There's even an old school mini golf course built with an ancient China theme by the parking lot, which is close the the village and access to their beach. The homes are clearly renovated with expats in mind, as you can see by the colours and larger windows. Still there are some homes that are still rocking out the 70s vibe. The trees here are large and very dense, which is interesting as this is supposedly the drier part of Hong Kong. It's one of the easiest places to hike and enjoy some fantastic views of Shek O, but enough of all that. Here are some photos I took while I was there for the first time.

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