Every normal child has someday dreamed of His own tree fort.
To begin this 3 months adventure, we were looking for a remote island where we would be able to rest from years of hard labour (hum..). The bags were packed, and the schedule for the week was tight : nothing, nothingish, nothingness.
As roomates, we are blessed with 2 Germans, 2 Americans, 12 cats, 45 chickens and 156 geckos. Like a weirdly thought Noah’s ark.
Despite our amazing fishing skills, it is with shame that we’ve eventually headed to the first beer-and-wifi, like the good old tourists we are.
But let’s get down to business.
Thaï food is good (wow so insighful and out of the box informatioooon #dodgelife). And though we had still plenty of nothing to do, we glady accepted our week mission : discover why thaï food tastes like thaï food (#dodgelife again, I know)
First stop, the local market.
The secrets ingredients we’ve identified so far : coriandre, ginger and citronnelle.
Our first home made meal in our kitchen 🙂
Verdict : it was good, it was healthy … but it did not tasted like Thaï food. We can’t do this mission on our own, OSS118. We need the help of a local agent !
To be continued 🙂