My parents forced me to go on an hour-long walk through a massive forest, something that I was quite annoyed about. Eventually, we finished and decided to take a cab to Deokjin park for a coffee. We wandered around the park first, coming across a large Lotus pond, where the Lotuses were only just starting to bloom (because it wasn’t blooming season yet.) In the spur of the moment, we decided to rent one of those ducks/swans that you power by pedaling.
Apart from the small spider in the raft, as well as the burning in my legs, it was a fun time. I managed to take some nice pond pictures from the raft.
Hong Kong was not all cars and traffic and people, well not all of it. Around the other side of the island was a vast expanse of open country, hills, rivers and beaches. We hopped onto a public bus and 45 minutes later arrived at Stanley Bay where it was cold and rainy. It was so cold that I went into H&M and bought a green parka because I did not want hypothermia for the remainder of the trip. Eventually the rain calmed to a drizzle and allowed for some photography. Unfortunately, I only had ISO 200 film available, so the colours of the boats are not too clear or vivid. It was still a lovely sight to see a few colourful boats bobbing up and down in the bay.