Chinatown


We took a drive to Chinatown today in search of Bruce Lee, almond cookies, a broom, and tasty Thai food.


The freeways were so empty that it took only 20 mins to get there from Cerritos and Chinatown was equally empty.


We found Bruce Lee pretty quickly and got some photos taken.


We also went to Phoenix Bakery and got some yummy almond cookies and other treats.


For lunch, we went to LAX-C and had some Thai street food. SOOOOO TASTY.


Peanut also go to eat the strawberry cake he wanted from the bakery.


At LAX-C, we went on the hunt for a specific broom that Yai asked for. We found it toward the entrance and made sure it was the same one that Yai has at home. Perfect!


We checked everything off the list today and had so much fun too!

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Fancy Dinner

This evening, we went out for a fancy dinner at Five Crowns with the family to celebrate Mama and Uncle Johnny’s birthday. It was our first real dining experience in a long time.

They seated us at a big round table together under a patio cover and the kids enjoyed the activity sheets they were given.

It was a nice dinner at a restaurant with family after being home for so long.

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Mama’s Birthday

Today is Mama’s birthday and since she took the day off, we drove to San Francisco after Zoom classes were done. We went to the Ferry Plaza and found it deserted.

They had outdoor tables for us to sit and wait for our table at Hog Island Oyster Co.

Janie drew a cute picture while we waited.

It was fun eating at Hog Island again after so many months. They had tables spaced out nicely and the food was just as good as we remembered.

Peanut enjoyed eating his clams. He also managed to entertain himself with the empty shells too

No trip to the Ferry Plaza is complete without soft serve from Gott’s. It was nice to be back in our old hang out spot but we were sad to see how the pandemic has really turned off the hustle and bustle of the city.

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