5:23 AM. Dustin and Kandice. In an interview, Dustin explains that until they make it to the final three, they're racing "like [they're] in last place." She adds: "It's almost like wild animals fighting for food." Yeah...almost. When they start tearing out each other's throats, you'll know we're reaching the end. At the ferry terminal, they're hoping that Oswald and Danny haven't caught their ferry yet, but...of course, they did. They get tickets, hoping that they can get themselves a bit of a lead.
Elsewhere, Oswald and Danny get off the ferry at the other end and immediately see the rickshaw guy. He hands them their clue, which says to take a taxi to "the tallest structure in Macau." Phil explains that they now have to "figure out" that the tallest structure is the Macau Tower. They'll take a taxi there, then search inside for another clue. Oh, and? "Caution: Yield Ahead." Phil explains that this is the second of the two Yields. Blah blah, make another team wait, blah blah. Oswald tells their cab driver that they have to find a place with something to jump from, so I don't think he's in too much suspense about what it is they're looking for, here. Either he anticipates the upcoming Roadblock, or Oswald is taking the stress of the race harder than I thought. The guy tells them they want the Macau Tower, and they take off. Oswald explains in the taxi that if they Yield anyone, it would be the team right behind them. Which is, of course, the opposite of good Yield strategy, but also the most tempting thing if you're looking at racing in a particularly nervous manner. They say, though, that in general, they're not planning to use the Yield at all.