Exploring Hong Kong's crowded Victoria Harbour after our safe return to the mainland, boats and ships of all sizes and shapes huddled together creating an almost surreal picture of a 'floating city'. While our walnut-shaped boat smoothly navigates its way through the narrow water passages, we glimpse inside spacious, neatly organised house boats from a far past decade. Here time seems to have come to a standstill.
Discovering a rare charm conveyed by both the individuals, who claim these floating residences their homes, as well as the 'water domiciles' themselves. Life on the water in Victoria Harbour resembles a refreshing, yet also drastic change to the mainland's urban living making Hong Kong truly a city of contrasts.
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