Something interesting about Hong Kong is that it's organised very differently from, say, Paris: a small part of the territory is very highly densely populated, while the largest part of the territory is basically parkland.
Lamma island is such a parkland: there are two small villages, hosts to many seafood restaurant, and then nothing but a large park. No cars allowed.
On the way there, we see the holy buildings of Aberdeen and some impressive cargo ships.
We settle for one of the many seafood restaurants facing the beach.
A bit further down the village, a shrine.
And off we are on the tidy footpath that crosses the entire island.
There is an odd freaking big factory there, in the middle of the parklands.
And after about two (?) hours of walking in the heat, we get to the other village, which is even smaller. Here again we find a shrine and restaurants.
The heat made the walk feel hard and long. After sleeping in the ferry on the way back, off we go to the hotel for a shower.