Tag: Thaifood

Red Thai Curry with Pork Fillet and Sweet Potatoes

Red Thai Curry with Pork Fillet and Sweet Potatoes

Red Thai Curry with Pork Fillet and Sweet Potatoes In this version of an Thai classic we used sweet potatoes to make the curry very creamy. In combination with thin… Read More

My last day in Pai (SEA 56)

Last post: Where to eat good Thai food in Pai (SEA 55) Olga and Lucasz arrived today. We´ve met this guys in Myanmar and it was a warm welcome. They´ve… Read More

Where to eat good Thai food in Pai (SEA 55)

Last post: The art of relaxing (SEA 54) Every evening we´ve been in a small restaurant in Pai. We call it “Mamas Place” because the owner is so nice and… Read More

Timeout in Sukhothai (SEA 48)

Last post: Let´s go: Second time in Thailand (SEA 47) Days without plans and obligations are very important when you travel. And today we had one of those days. It… Read More

Back to Bangkok (SEA 27)

Last post: Ayutthaya – Temples by bicycle (SEA 26) In the morning we went out to have a breakfast (Bun Char and tea) in a small street food stall in… Read More

Reload your energy on Koh Lipe (SEA 23)

Last post: Caribbean feelings on Koh Lipe (SEA 22) If there is a battery of our soul somewhere in us I´ve reloaded it in the last few days. You don´t… Read More

Snorkeling around Koh Lipe (SEA 21)

Last post: What to do on Koh Lipe (SEA 20) There´s not much to do on Koh Lipe but one of he highlights and must do things is snorkeling. You… Read More

Koh Lipe: A piece of paradise (SEA 19)

Last post: Where to find Street Food in Pentai Chenang (SEA 18) After one more night on Langkawi and a 45 minutes ride with the speedboat we made our first… Read More

Eating insects in Bangkok

All over Asia it is very popular to eat fried insects but in the Metropolis of Bangkok you can find the most eats on the street in different areas of… Read More

Thai Basil

Thai basil (Thai: โหระพา;Vietnamese: húng quế) is a type of basil native to Southeast Asia that has been cultivated to provide distinctive traits. Widely used throughout Southeast Asia, its flavor,… Read More