My living room window overlooking the breathtaking sunrise at 07:30am.
Four full days of no internet access and terribly sparse phone signal (grit teeth) in the rural and mountainous area of Shuen Wan 船灣, northern Tai Po District in New Territories. I was literally starved of internet so at the moment I’m relying on this rip-off pay as you go dongle with a single bar to survive on until early February. Pah!
I’m currently residing in a historic Hakka village surrounded by streams, wetlands, newly built villas and the nearby coastline promenade, as a suburban-city-hater girl from London hunger for fresh air and scenic greenery, this is pure luxury so I’m lucky to have an actual home. But the disadvantage of living in such area like this minus the limited internet access, all the convenience goodies are forever miles away, say, the nearest ATM is about a 15 minutes short bus ride away…I know right?!
Okay, enough of my blabbing I shall leave you with some picturesque postcards of my local hood.