Nothing says exotic Thailand like burritos.
Half way up the track we meet Tank, on his ATV.
“Looks like good eating” he comments, peering at the roo between the folds of the tarp. “I’ll give you a ride to the top if there’s a burger in it for me.”
“Sure thing mate, come up for dinner tonight. Kangaroo steaks are on the menu…”
I think every blog post I’ve ever done about Chiang Mai has been at least partly about food… also I’m a dog stalker, as some of you know already.
Indian fruit is so much better than Australian fruit. Grow better fruit Australia!
“It was called Hungarian salami, but… Australian salami is not so good. We have all kinds of different ones but they all taste kind of the same.”
Pasti frowns and nods. “You must try some real Hungarian sausage…”
I’m always looking for ways to stretch my dollars further, and I have found some simple ways to reduce my food budget.
Even in an expensive country like Australia, you can eat for as little as US$1.50 per day…
Each player has three different frisbees.
There are ‘holes’ dotted around the park, which actually aren’t holes but look like a basketball net crossed with a lobster trap. The objective of the game is to walk around the park and get intoxicated. Throwing frisbees at the ‘holes’ is optional…
Just like in Australia, supermarkets and shops throw out a lot of good food in London. It’s sitting there in the dumpster, chilled by the frosty London air, waiting for me to collect it…
“You aren’t recycling, you’re stealing!” “Stealing?” I ask him incredulously, “this food is in the bin. How can I steal rubbish?”
He pulls out his phone. “I’ll give you one minute to get out of here and then I’m calling the police…”