When I reached the top of the steep slope up Clear Water Bay Road, I realised that was actually the beginning of Fei Ngo Shan Road. There I decided to go up Fei Ngo Shan instead. The path was so steep that I was walking most of the way up.
Soon I stumbled upon the (path leading to the) grave of Dr. Sun Yat Sin’s mother. I remember coming here with my father a long time ago. We even managed to catch some fresh water shrimps.
Then I realised that, looking north-east, I can see Sai Kung at the back of Fei Ngo Shan.
After looping around to the front of Fei Ngo Shan, I came to the lookout facing Kowloon and Victoria Harbour, to the south-west. This is the popular spot where numerous couples park their cars and …
They all said they came for the view, which admittedly was really good, even on a cloudy day.
I turned towards Tse Wan Shan along Shatin Pass Road.
Along the way, I was rewarded by the changing views of Kowloon and Victoria Harbour, from multiple vantage points.
I ended up where I started, in Kowloon City. It was an exhausting run (and hike for long stretches up Fei Ngo Shan). But it was also hugely rewarding.