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Thread: Ngong Ping Tea Gardens Cafe, Lantau, Hong Kong, August 2018

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    Excellent as always

    Amused by the sign that was genuinely concerned about your safety walking over the dead tree trunks :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Wombat View Post
    Excellent as always

    Amused by the sign that was genuinely concerned about your safety walking over the dead tree trunks :D
    Cheers mate. At the time didn't actually read the sign and only read it off the photo after the fact. Made me chuckle. Biggest hazard here is probably snakes!

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    Really nice that mate
    Looks like an excellent explore
    Don't panic, be reet!!!

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    Missed this one.

    What a curious place to find. I've spent ages going over the photos and it's fascinating. Must be quite humid there because some stuff isn't that old but is rusty. Then again snakes so yeah humid!
    Interesting stuff that. Thanks for sharing.
    Full of meaty goodness.

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