Now the thing is, I would love AMP if it would just load when you’re on a bad connection, or if it would give you access to the original site in its menu. It even does feature a navbar with a little menu, and even an X. But the menu only consists of general info about AMP, and the X just closes the site, going back to Google (if you opened it from Google, if not the X doesn’t even appear).
Well, to get to the original site on Google AMP, just use the desktop view on your browser. On Chrome for instance, that’s called “Request desktop site”. That way, Google will not display the AMP page but go with the original instead.
I really hope Google will sort this out and make AMP easier to use, because it hits a nerve. It just needs to improve that last few inches.