Incidentally, more than one person has asked me how come I don't regularly bring Puppet Ponyo along on my Hong Kong hikes. One reason is because, often, we get all sweaty while hiking -- and I don't think it'd be good for Puppet Ponyo to get covered with sweat (too)! But the day that we hiked from Wong Nai Chung Gap to the Tai Tam Reservoirs via Jardine's Lookout and Mount Butler was actually pretty nice weatherwise, so I figured that it'd be a good day to finally get her up to these high points of Hong Kong Island that I like going up so much I've done so at least five times now! ;b
Some day, I'll actually go on one of those pedal boats at
Wong Nai Chung Reservoir Park, not just take photos of them! ;)
Puppet Ponyo atop 433-meter-high Jardine's Lookout! :)
A view of Tai Tam Upper Reservoir and beyond
on the way from Jardine's Lookout to Mount Butler
A non-built up section of Hong Kong Island which many people never see,
and which I had no idea existed before I moved to the Big Lychee!
Yes, this really is Hong Kong Island! :)
Puppet Ponyo atop 436-meter-high Mount Butler,
Hong Kong Island's Jacob's Ladder -- which is
quite a bit steeper than the Sai Kung Peninsula's!
The Tai Tam Tuk Masonry Bridge built in 1907 is one of 21
structures of interest along the Tai Tam Waterworks Heritage Trail