Shrimp Chips and Green curry chips in the same bag
We don’t know what this is but the chips were really good!
Hot chili squid chips
Susan loves to hunt for different flavors of potato chips when she visits different countries. (This all started in Bhutan.) These are ones we found in various grocery stores in Thailand.
Then there are the signs on public transport. Obviously, spending too much time looking at cell phones is a problem all over the world. These signs are posted on the SkyTrain metro system in Bangkok. And, yes, cell phones are everywhere!
The Scotland trains aren’t the only ones who think we should talk to each other!
And look up! Mark reached the point he doesn’t move for someone walking and looking down. He just lets them run into him.
We’ve been traveling for almost 5 months and haven’t had Mexican food the whole time. Mark found this place, Sunrise Tacos, that gets good reviews and it’s right near our hotel. Why not? The food turned out to be pretty good Mexican. They even had spicy sauce for Mark’s burrito. You say … but Thais know how to do spicy! That’s true but we’ve discovered they are somewhat reluctant to serve it to westerners. We don’t know if they think that all Europeans and Brits and US people don’t like spicy, but Mark has to convince most people that he actually likes HOT food! Even Susan can eat medium spicy in restaurants for tourists.
This was our first Mexican food in 5 months. We ate at Sunrise Mexican in Terminal 21 in Bangkok. The margs were pretty good and the glasses even better!
Mark enjoyed the margarita, too. We sat by a couple we think were from Russia and they liked the food, too.
We couldn’t take the lovely wine glasses out of the Executive Club Room so they gave us to-go cups for our wine to take to our room. Too funny!
To go cups for wine to our room in Bangkok. The wine was almost done, anyway.