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    OK...here's the second part of Yim Tin Tsai ghost village. Arachnophobes/bat-haters look away.

    And just one up-date on the info RE the island I found from Wikipedia:

    "As of 2013 there is at least one person living on the island again after a long absence of a permanent population".

    Oh, yes, them pots are still there:

    img0376 by HughieDW, on Flickr

    I like the pot house:

    img0363 by HughieDW, on Flickr

    img0365 by HughieDW, on Flickr

    But I ain't trying them pickles...

    img0366 by HughieDW, on Flickr

    OK, on to the big old corner house that caught my attention on the last visit. I spy it through the trees...

    img0353 by HughieDW, on Flickr

    img0359 by HughieDW, on Flickr

    img0351 by HughieDW, on Flickr

    That pot is still there:

    img0350 by HughieDW, on Flickr

    I like that pot:

    img0379 by HughieDW, on Flickr

    Ohh...and another HK urbexer!

    img0352 by HughieDW, on Flickr

    Ah, but WHAT is this! OMG...it's a massive spider.

    img0345 by HughieDW, on Flickr

    Inside is looking a bit worse for wear:



    img0346 by HughieDW, on Flickr

    And no one has used those chairs for a while:

    img0343 by HughieDW, on Flickr

    On to another derelict house:

    img0355 by HughieDW, on Flickr

    As nature advances:

    img0362 by HughieDW, on Flickr

    img0382 by HughieDW, on Flickr

    Now that is a roof!

    img0392 by HughieDW, on Flickr

    So on to the final two houses that I stumbled across right at the start last time I visited. They were and are still pretty far gone:

    img0372 by HughieDW, on Flickr

    But. Oh. My. God. Batz!!!

    img0370 by HughieDW, on Flickr

    Thank you for looking.

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    Love the bats, hate the spider, and glad to see Pickles are a universal constant in derelict homes!

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    I certainly wouldn't like to find one of those spiders in the bath!

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    more great stuff Hughie :)
    Black cat exploring company
    & LSD - Leicester Super Derpers

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    Looks amazing, great pics.
    The bat one kind of freaked me out!
    The spider leeks "pretty" which usually means deadly :D

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