I got on the tram in Central after passing through the pedestrian subway filled with many many people sitting on cardboards on the floor sharing food, talking and enjoying each other's company. Then I realized that it was Sunday. This is what they do on their day off. The culture of the live in maids in Hong Kong. Anyways, back to topic. Before you get on the tram, make sure to read the sign on the top as to where the tram goes. I thought they all made the same route until my mom and dad pointed it out to me. HA! We wanted to get on and go to the end stop in Shau Kei Wan to have a bowl of fish ball noodle. Paid only $2 and on the tram for like 1 1/2 hour from one end to the other was kind of cool. The seat were a little hard, all made of wood but it just has that nostalgic feel to it. Well worth the money you pay. Not to miss!
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