So, with further ado, here's sharing some snaps and memories of the cloudy but rain-less and still rather pleasant spring day that a good friend (who has since left Hong Kong) and I ventured down over to Cape D'Aguilar, and found much to get excited about over on the southeastern tip of Hong Kong Island. And, when viewed in retrospect, I reckon the fact that it looked like there was a storm brewing adds some drama and tension to these photos... ;b
On the way down to Cape d'Aguilar proper, we spotted
a ruin by the sea that I'm sure has interesting stories behind it
A radio station looked to stand in the way of one's getting down
to the southernmost tip until we noticed the trail along
one of its sides created by hundreds of pairs of hikers' feet... ;b
Some sections of this part of Hong Kong clearly are
still out of bounds to the public though
is to be found at Cape d'Aguilar!
So too is a whale skeleton! :O
Still, what amazed me the most at Cape d'Aguilar was
the beautiful views and geology to be found there :)
The pretty scary waves crashing onto the rocks also
made for quite the impressive sight!
that I'd be returning to again... :)