Even souls, if you remember your Greek mythology, where the boatman transported souls across the River Styx to the Underworld.
It was a one-way ticket.
Ferries are usually the most direct way to get somewhere.
Sometimes the only way.
They come in different sizes, and speeds with names like hydrofoil, catamaran and docking.
Most ferries operate on regular, frequent and return services.
Except when you see the sign, “Closed for the Season.”
That means you’re in for a long wait.
A ferry schedule is a wondrous thing:
“Shouldn’t you, uh, think about leaving on the 7:05? The next one you know is tomorrow at…”
These often-taken for granted ships, which go back to the first time Man realized things could float, can provide a great way to take in some fantastic views:
Like the ferry ride from Kowloon to Hong Kong Island where you’ll take in the skyline from the top deck.
Well…your view is the one I’m most interested in.