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By any measure, Hong Kong is an impessive city. But there is a world beyond the impatient trffic and chic shopping malls: and older place of soot - blackened temples, traditional street markets and colonial-era museums. Travel twenty minutes out of the metropolis, and you'll find stone- aid trails, sheltered beaches and waterfront restaurants galore.
Bring your camera, but leave the camping gear at home. The 40 guided walks in this book are quickly reached from public transport, and can be compleated in an afternoon - leaving ample time for a leisurely hike to be followed by leisurely dinner.
Let this guide show you how close these attractions are to your front door. An unhurried journey of discovery starts here.
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An overland Silk Road trip took Pete Spurrier from London to China in 1993, and he has lived in Hong Kong since then, exploring the city's backstreets and hiking its hills. When not bribing sampan ladies to transport him to distant islands, he spends his time deciphering the secret language of minibus drivers. Pete's guided walks have appeared in the South China Morning Post and as a compendium to The Leisurely Hiker's Guide he has followed up with The Serious Hiker's Guide pubished in the same series by FormAsia Books.
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Book Description Formasia Books Ltd, 2007. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P119889827026
Book Description Formasia Books Ltd, 2007. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M9889827026