After watching the dancing fountain and the dragon of fortune show at Wynn Casino, we walked towards the busy bus line heading to the Outer Harbour Ferry Terminal.
I took my final look at Macau’s beautiful cityscape. And again, I got lost in the twinkles and blurs of its city lights. I was mesmerized as the bus run along its busy streets. I was saddened to leave Macau. A part of me wanted to stop the bus and get off, but a part of me’s also excited to see what’s in store for me in Hong Kong.
We hurriedly bought tickets for the ferry trip bound for Kowloon. The departure board showed that we only have a few minutes left before the ferry leaves. I hugged my sister tightly because I know I wouldn’t be seeing her in a long while. I turned my back on her and dragged my bags towards the terminal. It was a sad moment. I felt like my heart left a small piece of it in Macau. But I need to get back on track and continue my journey.
We ran towards the entrance where I tripped on my feet. It was an embarrassing moment, I admit. Nonetheless, it was a funny way top cap off this trip. Definitely a thing that’s hard to forget.
I admire the peoples’ overall discipline. Whether it be the line for the bus or how long the bus waits for its passengers, their respect for the law is evident.