Hong Kong Park

Diatribes, Disertations and Delinquent Discourse

There is a free park located near central station on Hong Kong island. This is a small botanical garden with some enclosures for a few animals and a pretty epic walk through aviary. At a glance the park is small, but it is set on the side of a mountain so the walk can be very tiring, especially considering the humidity.

I compared this park to the one in Sydney, and though smaller than our Botanical Gardens, this one looks much more immaculate and precise. I encountered turtles, fish and birds, all without the need for cages or boundaries. It seems the criminal element is much more respectful here. I feel somewhat miffed that our park has no turtles like this, only eels and ducks that hiss at you.

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