Participating in a group tour, I got off the plane and followed the other tourists onto the bus. Together, we headed towards an unclear destination.
The bus traveled on a huge, extremely confusing road that was more than ten lanes wide. There was not only a lack of obvious separation of lanes, but also no directional restrictions. It even had more than five streetcars traveling on it at once. All the cars on the road scrambled about, overtaking each other dangerously. Fortunately, most of them were traveling downhill in one direction, so no accidents happened.
Because of a bump on the road, the front bus seemed to drift in mid-air like it was performing a motorcycle aerial stunt. It shockingly landed in front of a streetcar, then dodged it by speeding away. The passengers next to me told me not to be surprised. This wasn’t anything special. Real chaos occurred during the rainy season. In the rainy season, the streetcars would change their direction from forward to backward at any time. As long as the light on top of their roof would shine red, they would immediately change their direction. Therefore, all drivers would have to be extremely careful and ready to dodge the streetcars as well as each other.
Imagining such a scene, I was filled with a sense of amazement.