Sawat dee khaaa! That means, “hello plus a warm smile”. Thai people are no doubt very friendly people but one thing they need to seriously work on is their English, I mean seriously, tourists from every nick and corner of the planet pour in here and apart from the guides in Big Hotels, even tourists spots like beautiful “Samui” and the amazing “koh pangan” locals at the hotels, and mind you these are no ordinary hotels, 5 stars, don’t speak much English, hmph!
We are staying in Thailand for a complete 10 nights, 9 gone, enjoyed in full swing, one more to go. The trip has been amazing. The beaches have breathtaking views, postcard material. Even if a four year old took a picture of those beaches, they would amaze people equally. Seriously, it’s that pretty. We went to “phi-phi” island via speed boat, and to make things even more exciting the sea was forecast “rough” that day, uh loved it! 😀 I know I shouldn’t be saying it but it was a 2-3 hours of roller coaster ride, without the nausea and feeling throwing up everywhere hehehe The sea displayed, sparkled in all shades of blue. 😀
This is what King prawn, cooked with all its eyes and legs looks like 😀
And this is a grilled king fish.
And I also got myself a brand spanking new, An Expert In Thai food Certificate, participated in a cooking class here 😀 Learned “how to cook Thai food: in Thailand, how cool is that 😀
A memorable trip no doubt, it has new levels of perceptive for me.And a new Category for my blog, Travel 😀 hurray!
And now I plan to travel more often, God willing! I’ll be updating soon after I come back Insha Allah! Just wanted to know you all that I’m alive 😀 and living life to it’s fullest, Alhumdolillah!
God is Great, and yes Aal is well.
God is great!
Thank you for the love,
Thank you for the good times,
Thank you Thailand!