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 Post subject: Holiday in lamma
PostPosted: Mon Sep 01, 2003 3:23 am 
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Hi all,

i am planning to have a holiday at lamma at Sep, anyone can help me on some questions?

1) The hostel will be at yung shu wna... and i like hiking... is it worth to walk from yung shu wan to sok kwu wan and have seafood dinner there ? and then walk back to yung shu wan, will it be too dark to walk after dinner ?

2) And any possibility to ride bicycle from sok kwu wan to yung shu wan, or riding around lamma ?

many thanks
pat~


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 Post subject: Re: Holiday in lamma
PostPosted: Mon Sep 01, 2003 8:25 am 
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pat wrote:
1) The hostel will be at yung shu wna... and i like hiking... is it worth to walk from yung shu wan to sok kwu wan and have seafood dinner there ? and then walk back to yung shu wan, will it be too dark to walk after dinner ?
It's a wide concrete path. Take a torch and you'll be fine.
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2) And any possibility to ride bicycle from sok kwu wan to yung shu wan, or riding around lamma?
Yes, that's common. Because Lamma is not a Country Park, you can ride cross-country too. It's steep, and look out for tourists on the main path.


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 Post subject: Re: Holiday in lamma
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many thanks, alan.

Alan wrote:
pat wrote:
1) The hostel will be at yung shu wna... and i like hiking... is it worth to walk from yung shu wan to sok kwu wan and have seafood dinner there ? and then walk back to yung shu wan, will it be too dark to walk after dinner ?
It's a wide concrete path. Take a torch and you'll be fine.
pat wrote:
2) And any possibility to ride bicycle from sok kwu wan to yung shu wan, or riding around lamma?
Yes, that's common. Because Lamma is not a Country Park, you can ride cross-country too. It's steep, and look out for tourists on the main path.


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