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

Relics of Stanley

Aside from the alluring Stanley promenade that overlook the vast sea and the Stanley market that lets visitors go home happy loaded with goods, there is a side street behind the promenade and the market that shows a piece of the old Stanley. 

This strip of identical looking houses is ancient and a preserved relic of the HK government, but they are also occupied and lived by people.  I think it is really cool how people are still living in these houses, but it must be so annoying to have people constantly photographing their houses.  Residents actually have to closed their drapes or black out their windows to ignore all of us peeping toms.

the headless warrior~really cool, there are some old shops here that build there taracotta warriors

old trees and old houses

really nicely preserved

old tattered posters that safeguard the house and keep evil away

keeping us peeping toms from peeking in

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