For a protest I was surprised how few people were around. Are they all hiding in their tents plotting? There seemed to be more people visiting the protest than actually involved. I guess the protesters have to live their normal lives as well. Maybe they take shifts manning the fort?
This was a once in a life time walk that unfortunately you the reader will probably never be able to experience. I doubt the Umbrella Revolution campsite will last forever so please don't retrace my footsteps through the middle of a busy Connaught Road. What an incredible experience and much more interesting than teapots.
I think that is enough of Hong Kong Island for today. Time to head back to my hotel in Yau Ma Tei, recharge the batteries (both my own, the phones and the cameras) and prepare for a night walk around Mong Kok, the busiest and most densely populated place on Earth.