Last day at Bangkok

I spent my last day walking around the town, and do some last minute shopping for my boy and families. My hotel helped me to call a cab to airport. As I hop into the taxi, I saw this…..

This is actually a price list for those who wish to travel to outskirts of Bangkok. This reminded me of a trip I took with my wifey to Ayutthaya couple of years back. We are using a taxi service too. If you go for a local tour guide, it will cost you around double or sometimes triple the price on this list and the itenary is fixed. The advantages of going a trip with this taxi drivers is you can choose the place you wanted to visit and going at your own pace. If anyone need a guide at Bangkok, I can help to provide a rough guide.

I was feeling hungry when I reach the airport. I was looking for something interesting or something new to fill in the space in my stomach, and I found this at Black Canyon.

This is a Tom Yam Goong – a Thai spicy soup cooked with noodles and prawn. But the one I had is cooked with fusilli. Interesting right? I have tried Tom Yam  Goong many times before but this is the first time I had it with fusilli. A very nice fusion, I would say. It tastes great. The soup is not too spicy to my liking, and the fusillis are soft enough. I will definitely try this again in my next trip.

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10 thoughts on “Last day at Bangkok

  1. Ahhhhhh!!!! I just had a post on tom yam goong in my blog the other day. Of course yours would be more authentic – made in Thailand…but they use pasta? Fusion kah?

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