This place was part of the itinerary that we can’t afford to miss out. We’ve planned to let Edward select his own gift for his birthday.
The place was quite a walk from the Tsim Tsa Tsui MTR Exit A. And to make things worse. Edward fell asleep before we got out of the station. So we carried him all the way to Harbour City first to check out Page One.
So Kalvin had to carried him while I look for a book. He woke up after I bought the book. Luckily, we found a spot where Kalvin can rest as well.
We decided to stopped by KFC also for a quick dinner before we proceed with Toys R Us
Toys R Us delivered exceededly. Here’s a facade of the store.
The selection of Lego toys is vast. We concentrated on the ones with sale. But generally, it’s cheaper than Manila price.
They even have some displays.
The place was too big that we weren’t able to explore the Girls Portion and Babies R Us. Probably next time.
Here’s Edward enjoying some of his photo op.
Edward was inside the cart most of the time except when he sees a toy he likes. He then gets out and put it inside the cart. If we think we shouldn’t buy, we would return, we wouldn he didn’t complain or cry. Proud of you baby.
For the big toys that he likes that we couldn’t bring home, he agreed to just take a picture of it. Next time baby…
The most memorable part of the Toys R Us experience was when Edward saw Tomica, he went to see the products and selected two cars, which are actually good finds. Initially, I have no plans of buying Tomica as it was more expensive but seeing him look carefully and selecting what he wants… I gave in.
He did the same in Disney Cars, after looking he got a Blue Lightning. Hard find as well. Good job Kevy.