Monthly Archives: January 2015
These are some of the critters I’ve uncovered recently while cleaning up the garden in front of the house. I see at least five or six scorpions a day, so I’m starting to get used to them, but that centipede … Continue reading
Si Racha (or Sri Racha) is just 40 km or so from here, but the Sri Racha chili sauce known and loved around the world isn’t sold in Thailand (probably to protect the inferior local product). Eid has been hooked … Continue reading
We’ve had a few misty mornings recently, but this is the first time I’ve ever seen it this foggy around here.
Eid’s sister takes care of four dogs and four cats, so sometimes things get a bit confusing around here. In these photos, Nin the dog tries in vain to evade Thung Ngun, the cat that thinks she’s a puppy.
Eid’s mom takes a break from making khao thom (steamed sticky rice with coconut milk and bananas) to enjoy some of Eid’s freshly baked light rye bread with mango chutney (courtesy of our friends Ken and Visakha Kawasaki in Sri … Continue reading
Happy Hatsuhinode (first sunrise of the New Year), folks.