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Hong Kong and warm sunshine.




It's strange re-acclimatising to the warmth of Hong Kong after some really cold days in Japan. I'm back to my old self - no more cough or cold thank goodness. Today I went on a lovely hike with Jack. We took a local bus to the starting point and from there climbed up into the trees. Hong Kong may be densely populated but it is surrounded by wooded hills, some steep and substantial - but actually I dipped out of any steep climb, I asked if we could traverse the hills rather than climb them. It's probably why I enjoyed the hike so much! We finished at Clear Water Bay Beach for a paddle and returned home on the bus.





In the evening we met up with my nephew and his family for hotpot (described in an earlier blog). My sister returned to UK on the day we travelled to Japan so not with us this time.

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