I was skeptical.
It was about 12:30 and the last ferry departs the island at 3:45.
Would we get stranded somewhere on the island and miss the ferry?
Even if that didn't happened, would it be worth it to go over there just for a couple of hours?
Oh well, I decided to live dangerously and agreed to go.
We got off the ferry and found the steep uphill bike path that leads to the Perimeter Road, an excellent paved road that circles the island, passing the old fort, the old immigration centre and other historical buildings.
From pretty much any spot, the views are amazing.
There were some decent hills -- both up and down.
And it was nice and shady, so even on a warm sunny day, we kept cool.
Ours were the first bikes on the ferry -- and the last ones off:
I was glad we went.