Hong Kong’s Lantau Island Tai O Fishing Village

Tai O Fishing Village
Tai O Fishing Village

From the Tian Tan Buddha and the monastery, we took bus #21 to Tai O fishing village for about 6 HK$. The ride took about 40 minutes. We explored the narrow alleyways for about an hour or so. Unlike the monastery, there were a lot of cats here. And a lot of dried fish. Perhaps those two things go hand in hand?

Tai O Fishing Village
Dried fish of all kinds in Tai O Fishing Village
Tai O Fishing Village
Tai O Fishing Village

We didn’t have much of a map, so we just wandered and checked out the everyday life going on.

Tai O Fishing Village
Seats outside the local barber shop.
Tai O Fishing Village
Tai O Fishing Village
Tai O Fishing Village
“So focused, they didn’t notice the fish became a painting.”
Tai O Fishing Village
Tai O Fishing Village
Tai O Fishing Village
Tai O Fishing Village
Tai O Fishing Village
Tai O Fishing Village
Tai O Fishing Village
Tai O Fishing Village
Tai O Fishing Village
Small shrine in Tai O Fishing Village
Tai O Fishing Village
Tai O Fishing Village
Tai O Fishing Village
Tai O Fishing Village

Husbands and cats for sale…

Tai O Fishing Village
Husbands and cats for sale in Tai O Fishing Village
Tai O Fishing Village
Tai O Fishing Village
Tai O Fishing Village
Tai O Fishing Village
Tai O Fishing Village
Mini shrine in Tai O Fishing Village

Ok, I have no idea what this is about, but Snow White is looking for her spouse?

Tai O Fishing Village
Tai O Fishing Village
Tai O Fishing Village
Tai O Fishing Village
At the end of our walk we returned to the village bus stop where we took bus #11 back to the MTR station and back into the city.
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