So it's also true enough that every once in a while, one would hear the sound of planes flying overhead, coming into land or flying out even while beholding sights like that which are to be seen in this as well as the earlier hike photo-essay... ;b
There's a particular spot along the trail favored by
Are these diffuse dayflowers (AKA Commelina diffusa)?
In any case, I really am happy to have spotted them :)
And are these montane kudzu
that the pretty, small butterfly is perched atop?
On Hong Kong hikes, one sometimes catches sight of dwellings
that some might consider to be in an idyllic location and
others reckon are just too remote to be ideal
Did the sign writers goof with the lower sign --
hence there being a need for handwritten corrections?
Especially in the last few kilometers before one gets to Tai O,
the trail offers up some nice coastal views
Go through that "hole" and Tung Chung
would soon be in range and sight...
Going this way along the trail, once you see this photogenic
Yeung Hau Temple, you know you've made it Tai O :)