There's organic garden called Herboland near Hung Shing Ye Beach which displays variety of local and otherwise herbs, vegetables, fruits and a few rabbits. All nicely organized and pleasant with decorative bottles with names of the plants by each bed so that you can learn on the varieties. Owners are friendly and will invite you for cup of organic tea (which you pay) - in their open air 'bar' with wooden benches and table. Nice setting all around. Probably you can buy their crops but you pay in cash only; would be nice to cook or steam some of them but that's lil bit difficult when you're staying in hotels.
Worth a stop on your Lamma walk through the Island.
A yellow setting sun spilled a neat golden streak on the calm waters of the South China sea... It was a moment that made my all-day hike well worth the effort...
This is just to show you a typical village at Lamma, a quiet Lo So Shing looks like a good place for the oldies....
soft butterfly wings
Like sunlight through a church window
Where: Road towards Windmill, Lamma Island, Hk
from one side
wind from the hills...
(Haiku by Kobayashi Issa)
where: trail between Sok Kwu Wan and Yung Shue Wan, Lamma Island, HK
my first love
hand in hand
on a summer's day
where:Hung Shing Yeh beach, lamma island, hk
A BOAT beneath a sunny sky,
Lingering onward dreamily
In an evening of July
(lewis caroll, poem)
where: Yung Shue Wan Pier, HK
at the door of Tin Hau
in concentrated silence
the stone lion stares ...
where: Tin Hau Temple, off Yung Shue Wan Ferry Terminal, Lamma Island, HK
a cat uncurled itself from sleep
only to reveal
whimsical swirls on its caramel coat
where: herb land, past Hung Shing Yeh beach, lamma island, hong kong