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What I ate in Thailand.
In Thailand I ate a lot of pad thai. A. Lot. Of. Pad. Thai.
And a lot of noodles in any way shape or form.
And a lot of random stir fries.
And green curry.
And fried rice.
And spring rolls.
And random snacks.
And fried chicken (which is everywhere).
And papaya salad.
One of my favorite things to eat was random fish from the street that cost about $1.
I even learned to cook Thai food in Chiang Mai
Sometimes I ate other Asian food.
And sometimes you just need some fruit.
Or a fruit shake.
Or ice cream.
Or weird flavored chips.
Sometimes I need to satisfy some of the western food cravings I’d been having.
Sometimes you just need something somewhat healthy. Like a salad.
DaniMarch 6, 2012at11:17 pm
This post makes me seriously hungry! Love that you love noodles & pad thai as much as we do. Looking forward to explore Indian food with you next month 🙂
ValMarch 11, 2012at5:46 am
I do! Pad Thai may be my favorite thing ever. But Indian food so far is delicious, looking forward to seeing you in India!
AliMarch 8, 2012at3:47 pm
I love how one of them is labeled as “sweet something.” And no judging on the Pizza Hut. If you were on a 2 week trip, you probably shouldn’t do it. But you’ve been traveling for months, it’s totally understandable. And I’m jealous about the tacos and guacamole, looks yummy! I have to learn how to make my own Mexican food here.
ValMarch 11, 2012at5:50 am
🙂 I had no idea what the sweet thing was, but it was tasty! Yeah, sometimes a girl just needs some Pizza Hut. It was weird though, the dipping sauce for my breadsticks was weird and orange! I usually stay away from Mexican because it’s never good abroad. But this was at least decent.