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Travel Blogs from Udon Thani
... called Hor Mok Ta-lee.
This has become by far my favorite dish in Thailand and luckily it is served at our two favorite restaurants in town. I am still learning exactly what the dish contains, but from what I can gather the base is an egg, coconut milk, cabbage, and basil custard with shrimp, whitefish, and squid mixed in. It is cooked in a double broiler after being wrapped in either tin foil or banana leaf, depending on what is on-hand.
... We wrapped up appropriately and sat outside awaiting our breakfast, when it arrived the eggs on toast were nice but the hot water for coffee was awesome, a lack of kettle in the room mean Andy was gasping for a cup of tea by the time it finally arrived!After breakfast we headed out in our car to Wat Kham Chanot, a sacred temple in the outskirts of the jungle and believed to the the place where the Naga (many headed Snake gods) are able to emerge from their underground ...
... be him, but a girl can dream.
Seat belts are only compulsory to the people in the front seat of a car, and even then it's a toss up.
Despite terrifying traffic conditions people often don't wear helmets on motorcycles, even though they cost like 158฿ (baht) which is roughly the equivalent of $5.13 CAD. So far the record of most people on a ...
... night market one last time. FaceTimed with family at Starbucks, before we headed towards Nong Kham. We wanted some soup by the road, but they were closed. Ended up buying some extremely spice sticky rice burgers (burgers with sticky rice instead of bread, good substitute for Sebastian) at the 7 Eleven.
Our last night at the house ended sort of like this: Richard feel asleep, Sebastian watched a movie while Poo and I sat painting till 4 o'clock in the ...
... him, holding on tight. He did a very good job being a virgin motorbike driver and all, we made it safely to the restaurant. We'd been invited to a friend of Richards to just relax and take it easy, he also had a swimming pool to cool off in. So we took a drive out there. It was a nice place still under construction (several Thai men were working on the house when we got there). The guy who owned the place was an Australian. He also had his Irish neighbour and ...
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