Big Wave Village
We joined an overnight camp orginised by ‘Firefly Conservation Foundation’ in Big Wave Village in Lantau Island. It is beautiful! It is a paradise!
Big Wave Village can’t even be found on google map (at that time). It has no routine boat access, surrounded by hills, no post office. There are a few village houses with water and electricity. With cows and farms. Wow!
I didn’t expect much on food in camps but the delicacy in Big Wave Village was so delicious!
They are still using fire wood to cook as you can see in the drawing. The villagers bought meat from Cheung Chau and harvest veges in the morning. It’s yummy, really delicious!
We slept on grass with a tent. Mosquitoes are dancing crazy in twilight but no bugs after dark so it’s fine.
The timetable of the camp are tight. No free time. Why do we have to live with a timetable even on holiday? This Hong Kong style camp is working too hard…
Everybody can rent a village house for HK$500 (with food, price is not fixed) per person per night. It would be fun!