[Wait for a Moment, Enjoy Your Slow Life]【走走停停,慢生活】

Signs Warning of Approaching Curve ca. 2000 Scotland, UK
Signs Warning of Approaching Curve ca. 2000 Scotland, UK

[Wait for a Moment, Enjoy Your Slow Life]

By LI Yanan, Nana (Sir Gordon and Lady Ivy Wu Hall)

Image: glurr.com

Hongkongers’ pace of life is extremely fast. As you can see, the crowds move fast at every moment on the street, including working people in suits and innocent students. Everyone is fighting for livelihood and study, so it is difficult for them to slow down to admire the scenery along. Definitely, stop-and-go life is not suitable in terms of the fast pace of Hong Kong. However, under the surface of reinforced concrete, there are still many sceneries waiting forus.

How about exploring another face of Hong Kong under its prosperous surface with several friends and returning the slow life? We can depart for the islands from the Central Ferry at any time to experience the beauty of fishing village. Also, we can go hiking, overlook the city and enjoy the sunrise or sunset. Apart from that, we can go cycling and appreciate the beauty of mountains and sea in the breeze. Why don’t we enjoy the wonderful time with fine scenery?

【走走停停,慢生活】

文: 李亞男 (胡應湘爵士伉儷堂)

圖: glurr.com

香港人的生活節奏極快,街上的人群時時刻刻都在快速移動著,無論是西裝革履的上班人士還是稚氣未脫的學生仔們。人人都在為生計或者學業奔波著,很難慢下腳步欣賞沿途風景。走走停停的生活顯然不符合香港這座城市的快節奏 ,但鋼筋水泥的城市外表下還有許多風景等著我們慢慢去探索。

不如趁著週末,約上三五好友回歸慢生活,走走停停,探秘香港繁華外表下的另一面。我們可以隨時隨地,從中環碼頭出發去某一個離島體驗漁家風光;也可以登高望遠,俯瞰全城,觀賞日出日落;或者,去海邊騎單車,迎著微風飽覽山海美景。良辰美景,何不慢慢享受?

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