Cho had been in the shopping area for about an hour by now, picking out various gifts for her parents and the cousins she was actually close with - and, luckily for her wallet, there weren't too many of those. A tiny thing, Cho darted in and out of the crowd of people with relative ease; it helped that she was the size of most people's teenage children and somehow it made people less likely to try and knock her out of the way.
She shrugged her coat back a bit to check her watch. Fortunately, she had completed most of her tasks well ahead of schedule. Unfortunately, she wasn't entirely paying attention to where she was walking as she performed the time-check and looked up just in time to avoid crashing into Tristan and having her bags go flying. She stopped much like a train that had been going full-speed and then suddenly pushed on the brakes hard enough to stop and almost send the back of the train flying upside down over the front. "Oh sh--sorry!" She said quickly, flashing an apologetic smile.