On the last weekend, the Salmon Crew when to the Double Deer Stream in Sai Kung, one of my favourite places in Hong Kong.
You may ask, why did we name ourselves “The Salmon Crew”? Well, because we climbing upstream toward the top of the river, just like the annual ritual of salmons swimming up the river. (Yes, very lame – at least we didn’t get eaten by the brown bears!)
So we started our day by taking a bus from Sai Kung Town. After we got dropped off at the Sai Wan pavilion, we slowly walked towards to the Sai Wan Beach, which is another awesome place in Hong Kong due to its natural beauty, crystal blue water and pure white sands. The only way to get there is either on foot or by yacht. It is also a popular camping spot in Hong Kong.
Chilling at the Four Pools, Swimming Along the River
As a chillex group of guys and gals, we decided to spend some time soaking up the sun, lying on rocks just under the waterfall to enjoy the massage parlour that the nature had to offer. On top of that we also swam in the river.
Climbing to the Top
That can essentially be summarised by the S Club 7’s song “Reach for the Stars”, with lyric changed! It is of course mandatory to sing along.
Reach for the
starsrocks, climb every mountain higher. Reach for the starsrocks, follow your heart’s desire. Reach for the starsrocks, and when that rainbow’s shining over youwater’s bashing on your head, there’s where your dream willthe awesome view all come true.