For one thing, it'd give me more opportunities to go out hiking again. Indeed, it's been such a while since I've been out hiking that I'd even welcome an excursion that would get me sweating buckets the way I sometimes do when climbing up a lot of steps; this especially if that same hike also turned out to be a critter spotting bonanza, like the one I that took me from the Peak down to Aberdeen a while back:-
A blue-spotted crow that's a butterfly, not a bird :b
Hill streams are in full flow at this time of the year
I have no idea what this bug is -- and until I set eyes on it,
didn't realize such a creature existed on this planet!
A section of trail that's not difficult but which I still would
hesitate to go on by myself, thanks to my having a fear of heights
and the trail being both high up and close to the edge :S
View from the trail of high-rise-filled Aberdeen and Ap Lei Chau,
and part of the body of water in between
The warning sign makes this trail sound
quite a bit more difficult than it actually is!
Fish in the catchwater my hiking companion and I
walked along for part of the way!
My last critter spotting of the hike -- yes, it's a wild boar!