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5 January 2014 After a great New Year’s Eve, I wandered down to the HKFC to catch as much of the heralded New Years youth rugby tournament, which was one of the year’s pinnacle rugby events as a youth growing up in Hong Kong. There was som great rugby on display and it was good […]

On The Beaten Track – Accessible Hikes In Hong Kong (Part 3)

THE PEAK CIRCLE WALK You can take (accessible) bus 15 from Exchange Square MTR Hong Kong Station. This walk winds around the highest point on Hong Kong island and has some of Hong Kong’s most panoramic views. You may start  outside the Peak Café and roll around for about one and a half hours (the […]

On The Beaten Track – Accessible Hikes In Hong Kong (Part 2)

KEI LING HA, SAI KUNG Kei Ling Ha is located at the coastal area near Sai Sha Road, at the junction of Ma On Shan Country Park and Sai Kung West Country Park. It is located in the innermost shore of Three Fathoms Cove which known as Kei Ling Ha Hoi. It is a very […]

On The Beaten Track – Accessible Hikes In Hong Kong (Part 1)

Hong Kong is known for its beautiful hikes, so why not to wheelchair users? Accessible hiking has opened up a whole new world for Ben and leaves him with a glow from the rush of endorphins from a good upper body workout.   BOWEN ROAD FIRST PAGODA There is no wheelchair bus to Bowen Road, […]

Jenny’s Diary 2010-2011

While playing in the Under 20’s rugby tournament in Bangkok, Ben has suffered a serious spinal cord injury while pulling out of a ruck after a simple tackle, where a member of the opposing team tripped on him  The neurosurgeon put him in traction and gave him steroids immediately after the surgery. Three days later […]