Bramalea City Centre was seemingly closest in distance, but taking into consideration the sluggishness of the 410 and the overall unsophistication of the city, the journey was downright inefficient in terms of travel time.
Another surprising aspect was the expansive assortment of Korean skincare products, specifically face masks. Only a few Nature Republic and It'sSKIN products had been spotted at Hillcrest, whereas two stacked shelves of It'sSKIN face masks (both limited edition and regular styles), Tony Moly I'm Real sheet masks, and Holika Holika nose strips were situated near the entrance at Bramalea. Prices were quite fair and on par with the official retailers at Pacific Mall.
While en route, we stumbled upon a store by the name of Owl Monkeys. I, the ever-devoted lover of primates, voted in favour of making a quick round inside. The hefty price tags, odd-looking cushions, and death glare from the man inside discouraged anything more than a two-minute stay.