Day 9: 14th Hong Kong Mega Expo (第14屆香港冬日美食節)
The Mega Expo included an entire exhibition hall of food, and another exhibition hall filled with food, home appliances, cars, toys, and everything you can imagine! Of course, the food exhibition hall was the busiest. I ended up spending around $120 HKD (~$22USD) just trying a bunch of different foods :D Other than that, I also bought some socks (they're super cute) and they were a total steal at $10HKD a pair.
Back to the Australian Dairy Company for dinner!
Day 10: Coco Ichibanya lunch, Deluxe Daikiya dinner, 3D Pulse Light Show
I didn't learn of Coco Curry until my favorite Youtubers, Simon and Martina, mention about the Japanese curry restaurant chain. They always rave about the amazing food there, so I thought I would try it in Hong Kong. Apparently, there was a location nearby, so all of us went for lunch. I ordered the tonkatsu (pork cutlet) and vegetable curry with less rice and medium spicy. It was so good (and spicy)!
The 3D Pulse Light show was pretty cool by using this wall on the Tsim Sha Tsui promenade to project a short and simple light show. The show was a short story about an elf that wanted to perform in Santa's talent show. Lucky(?) for me, the 8:45pm show ended up being in Cantonese so I had to translate the story in real-time for Adrienne.
Day 11: Adrienne leaves Hong Kong
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