We went to dinner in Tsim Sha Tsui. We went to The Cheesecake Factory in Harbor City. We didn’t leave until around 5 PM and restaurants are still only open to serve until 6 PM. We ended up taking an Uber there. We got there and in right away, but we were told last order was at 5:30 PM. I think we got there at 5:15 PM, so it was a tight window to decide on food and cheesecake. =]
This place still serves at American portions. Not going to lie, it was just too much food. I am not sure how we ate like that before. The food was so good though. Then the cheesecake. Yum. I didn’t think to take photos of that.
This was just a ridiculously cute thing we saw. I really wanted to try it, but I was stuffed and it was closed. I sort of wish I could buy one of these to take home to my mom. She would absolutely love it.
We walked down the harbor looking towards Central to get to the MTR. It was amazing how clear it was out there. The skies were so much clearer than they have been in a long time.
Instead of going through the entrance by the museum, we went into K11. We walked through there and saw an escalator that went down to a place called Food Playground (or something like that). Most everything was closed. We did find a robot tea shop, Robotea.
It was really neat. I hadn’t seen anything like this so far. Then this happened.
THEY STARTED DANCING!!!
The tea was good, but there was just no more room. LOL.
It was so good to get out and be a bit more normal. We really sort of just explored things. There wasn’t any right or wrong way to go. In the beginning, that’s how it was here when we first came. Somewhere along the way, it changed. Through all of this craziness, I am grateful for this bit of normalcy.
The CE is going to be making announcements tomorrow about relaxing the social distancing rules. We will see what happens with that. Hoping things make more sense soon.
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