I am not afriad of tomorrow, for I have seen yesterday and I love today~William Allen White

 

The full view of Po Toi O village (布袋澳), is it shape like a nylon sack or a purse to you?

After a 3 hrs hike around High Junk Peak, we ended the day with a quick visit to “Po Toi O” village (布袋澳), which is a very small and relatively remote village along the Clearwater Bay Peninsula in Sai Kung. The words “Po Toi” in Chinese means a nylon sack/purse, and the village itself resembles that very same image. I did take a picture of the village and its representation of a nylon sack, I guess it kind of resembles a nylon sack after I have been told that’s what it is supposed to look like, with a little bit of imagination, haha.

when you enter the village, villagers will hawk you their dried seafood goods

over the weekends, these seafood restaurants will be quite packed with hungry people wanting fresh seafoods

 

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Comments on: "The village that is shaped like a nylon sack" (2)

  1. Wow, I have very much enjoyed your blog. You know, your pictures of HK bring back some good old memories (the causeway bay series) and some good surprises

    this is not the HK i know of… such beautiful and interesting geography.

    thanks again bonnie

    • hey! Thx for the good words–it’s not mega hot in HK the last 2 weeks, so over the weekend, I am definitely being more adventurous and doing some hiking. There are a lot of little villages and hiking trails spread across HK, surprsingly, it’s not all high rises.

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