Thailand My First 2 Months: Food and Drinks

Thailand is a culinary paradise. The street food is simply amazing. From the fresh salads and fruit to the fresh seafood and fried EVERYTHING ! and it is CHEAP ! The average meal is cost you 100 baht or about $3 US dollars ! I have even seen a food cart attached to a motorbike selling fresh hot fried or grilled chicken, pork and fish. The cart has a wok with hot grease and the driver is cooking the chicken while he drives ! WOW only in Thailand.  Here is photo gallery of just a few dishes I have enjoyed …

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Thailand My First 2 Months: Chiang Mai

         My next stop in Thailand was Chiang Mai the second largest city in Thailand.  It is also the most culturally and historically significant cities in northern Thailand. It is a very short one hour flight from Bangkok or a 10 hours bus ride. I loved the food, the people, the history and that fact that even though it was quote busy it paled in comparison to Bangkok.     The highlight of my trip to Chiang Mai was the visit to Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep, the city’s most famous temple, stands on Doi Suthep, a hill to the north-west …

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Thailand: My First 2 Months – Bangkok

From the moment I landed at the Airport in Bangkok 2 months ago I was smitten by Thailand. Even after just a few hours in the bustling super busy capitol city of Bangkok I knew I was falling in love with Thailand. It just felt right. It felt exciting yet safe for some reason. It was scary but in a good way.I settled into my Hostel and it was a great experience actually the most comfortable bed I have slept in in my travels over 6 countries so far. I ventured out into the Bangkok and immediately I was struck …

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