- Driving on the left is actually better. It's taken some getting used to and I'm still not awesome at thinking of the proper lanes to be in and stuff, but it's totally true that with a right dominant eye, left side driving makes more sense. Thanks a lot, teamsters.
- Driving on super windy (as in winding; a windy path) roads up some of the steepest slopes and with thin lanes and no shoulders is pretty harrowing. Especially when you commonly see signs saying that the road is narrowing or that there's a one lane bridge up ahead (we must've passed over 50 one lane bridges by now)...
- A stretch of mountain road here might have 20-30 switchbacks, kind of like the road to Hana in Maui but even worse as there's no ocean reference on one side... It's just a big winding tunnel!
- It's almost impossible to go the speed limit here. The aforementioned windy roads are almost all 100kmph roads, straight up and full of turns... I get tailgated all the time... Then I see this:
Anyways, it's an experience. But if my parents come to visit, I think I'll do everyone a favour and volunteer to drive instead of letting my dad. ;) He knows why.