Earlier this week, I visited the dumbbell-shaped island of Cheung Chau. There are many reasons why it's one of my favorites of Hong Kong's Outlying Islands, including it being the setting of Just One Look, a lovely nostalgia-tinged movie that could be said to be Hong Kong's Cinema Paradiso. But even though the district authorities seem to take great pride in Cheung Chau's many fancifully-named rock formations, I have to say that they are probably the most disappointing part of the island to me.
In contrast, I find many of the rock formations on Hong Kong's southernmost island of Po Toi to be plenty impressive. In particular, every time I see it -- the latest earlier today -- I'm amazed by how the Tortoise Rock (aka Turtle Rock) really does resemble a real life tortoise (or turtle) going up a hill!
But maybe it's just me so I'd like to ask you, gentle readers, what you think: i.e., which do you consider resembles a tortoise (or turtle) more -- Cheung Chau's or Po Toi's Tortoise Rocks (both pictured at the top of this blog entry)? For me, there's absolutely no contest -- but how about you let me know your opinions in this blog entry's comments section? ;b