Hong Kong in my stormy days

Life has not treated me very well in 2017. And so, I am happy just bringing the year into a soft landing at its end. The drama reached another climax when I must have dropped unconscious swimming in the South China Sea a few weeks ago. I made the whole trip to "the other side" and back with an unknown duration of cardiac arrest and I am grateful to the person who rescued me and the emergency team. I am a tough cookie. I was never on "sick leave" in my life. And it would have been embarrassing to call in sick the first time with a death certificate. Still pulled through all my obligations but took life easy in between those. This came to me as another surprise of the things which can suddenly happen to you. 

 Waiting for my boat (Hong Kong Central ferry piers)

Waiting for my boat (Hong Kong Central ferry piers)

 Typhoon debris

Typhoon debris

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 Typhhon debris and stray dogs.

Typhhon debris and stray dogs.

 View from the island I should perhaps have never left.

View from the island I should perhaps have never left.

 Hong Kong's flower

Hong Kong's flower

 Everything is small in Hong Kong. Even the pleasures.

Everything is small in Hong Kong. Even the pleasures.

 Sok Kwu Wan

Sok Kwu Wan

 Teamwork of a fishing old couple

Teamwork of a fishing old couple

 Family outing

Family outing

 Mobile flower shop in Yung Shue Wan

Mobile flower shop in Yung Shue Wan

 My former hardware store

My former hardware store

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 Upper Deck  Star Ferry

Upper Deck  Star Ferry

 My address for 2 months

My address for 2 months

 Way to the Annex Building of The Helena May

Way to the Annex Building of The Helena May

 Hong Kong building standards

Hong Kong building standards

 Crossing on Garden Road.

Crossing on Garden Road.