Nigel May of Nimrod fame has just started a Maritime Facebook Group and its fascinating to see pictures from the period I was on Nimrods (1979-89). It’s also interesting to Continue Reading
A hike from my apartment to Tai-O. Could not believe how much rubbish is on the seashore, China, India, Bangladesh and all the other culprits need to stop discarding their Continue Reading
Just more picture on route from Tung Chung to Mui Wo.
Home in the Spring (pictures taken by my wife). The majority show Stubton Hall (wedding venue) and the remainder on Brandon Road towards the Crossroads. Under normal circumstances I would Continue Reading
I was invited by Marcel Van Houten and Jamie Day to run my inaugural Hash run in North Lantau organised by the South Lantau Hash House Harriers. This will be probably Continue Reading
Pictures of the sequence of reclamation in front of my apartment in Tung Chung, Lantau, Hong Kong. Visit this website for more information: https://www.cedd.gov.hk/eng/about-us/organisation/slo/index.html
On Wednesday, with three other friends, Jason, Marcel and Jamie and I walked up the steps behind Caribbean Coast, Tung Chung upwards towards Sunset Peak. Fortunately, for my weary legs Continue Reading
5 mike hike from Citygate Tung Chung to the Big Buddha.
Sunday Hike from Discovery Bay to Mui Wo. Then a bite to eat in the “Kitchen” restaurant.
Another day and another hike. Didn’t take very many pictures on route to Mui Wo. Then a few on the Ferry ride to Discovery Bay.
10.7 mile hike from Tung Chung to the little village of Tai O. Tai O is predominately a fishing village / tourist village. Unfortunately, I don’t have a zoom lens Continue Reading
I will upload the Strava route later. A pleasant hike skirting Sunset Peak from the pass and finishing a short distance from Mui Wo, where you have the option to Continue Reading
Over the last two weekends I have hiked over to Mui Wo from Tung Chung. It typically takes two hours. Pictures from my apartment to the Pier Head in Mui Continue Reading
Quick outing to Stanley on Hong Kong Island. Took the MTR from Tun Chung to Central and then the 6X bus (could have been the 6). On the way back Continue Reading