Lamma Island is one of the biggest island in Hong Kong. It is very popular vacation spot offering many beach houses and famous seafood restaurants.
I woke up at 7am, got on the ferry from Central and was on the island just a little after 9. I hadn’t done any research so I had no idea what to expect but was delighted to find fishermen working on their floating fish farms.
They work in such a steady and calm manner, as though there is all the time in the world.
For some reason, there were a lot of giant spiders on this island. The largest one was bigger than my hand and the web spans about a meter. My nerves were already strung out walking beside all these spiders but I absolutely lost it when a leaf fell on my neck and I thought one of the spider bit me! I must have looked ridiculous screaming and slapping myself all over….
On the way to the top of the island. Beautiful view but I was completely red at the end of the day from sunburn.
Some historic buildings that have been abandoned. These will probably disappear in a few years from the new development plans for more vacation homes.
Seafood restaurants beside the pier. You can bring in your own vegetables, pick the sea creature from a tank, and specify how to prepare it.
Sunburn? Sunburn~!? AHHHH~!!! It can’t be worse than mine right? ^^;
Beautiful colours by the way! :D
Man…such great views from a hilltop (I miss hiking). Funny story there with the imaginary spider.
Besides the factors and risks which might be involved by not slimming down there was clearly also the main benefit of looking better
which experts claim builds self-confidence. this also is really because the body just does not respond well to unnatural dieting.
Each day, set goals to the sorts of foods you’ll stick to and then any exercise you could possibly incorporate into your routine.