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Sunday, 10 March 2013


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We had lunch at the Chi Ma Wan Reservoir. It was so serene. The air was punctuated only by the sounds of ravens.

Walking further down towards the coast, we chanced upon the Chi Sun Correctional Institution. Of course our imaginations went haywire with gay prison fantasies. Alas, the facility has been closed - methinks due to the low prevalence of (prosecuted) crime in Hong Kong.

We weren't entirely sure how to proceed with the walk, and so it was fortunate that a ferry to Cheung Chau was just about to dock. We jumped into it - and onward to another island for a few more hours of make-it-as-you-go-along adventure.

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