Monday Montage: The Land of Thailand

We have officially been in Thailand for one week, and what an amazing week it has been! I have so much to tell you about in my Wednesday Write-Up this week. Until then, here are some of the pictures that I have taken so far.  Thanks for following along on our trip, I am so glad you are with us!

1-IMG_8539I was very excited to see that they have a Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf at the Central World Mall in Bangkok. In my opinion, they make the best chai tea lattes in the world (literally, I have tried chai tea lattes all along this trip around the world). I was a little embarrassed with how excited I was to see this sign.

1-IMG_8559Someone wanted to be a ghost and I think she did a pretty good job. This was taken in our apartment in Bangkok. It was a lovely place we found on airbnb.com. You can get a little glimpse of the view through the window.

1-IMG_8575I know that this is not a great picture, but this is the wall of the restaurant in our Bangkok apartment building . It made me laugh every time. You only live once… so you must spit water out of your mouth in a pool? Well, okay, I’ll try it…

1-IMG_8578Waiting for our fried rice breakfast from a street stall in Bangkok. Breakfast for all of us for 50 baht ($1.50) and it was delicious!

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Bangkok Train Station

1-IMG_8600One of the towns on the way to Hua Hin, taken from the train.

  4 comments for “Monday Montage: The Land of Thailand

  1. Bronwyn Joy @ Journeys Of The Fabulist
    October 29, 2013 at 3:19 pm

    Ah, the coffee bean and tea leaf. I have also partaken of their chai lattes and they are not bad (although after a conversation with a rather purist waiter I gather not everyone is looking for the same thing in a chai latte).

    Can’t believe it’s a week already!

    • andthreetogo
      October 30, 2013 at 7:21 am

      I agree about the chai, it is a very personal choice, much like a hairdo or
      Political party. I prefer the more sweet and milky flavor, whereas some prefer the spicy chai or stronger flavor. I have tried all kinds and have found that cbtl had the perfect one for my tastes. A place called Aromas back in Santa Rosa is a very close second, but that would be one expensive cup of chai at this point. 🙂

  2. thankfultravelers
    October 30, 2013 at 1:45 am

    I can’t wait to see it! I fear I shall have to buy two seats on the airplane with Thai food so cheap!

    • andthreetogo
      October 30, 2013 at 7:26 am

      I can’t wait for you to see it too mom! Maybe you should do one of the Monday montages while you are here, you have a much better photographic eye than me.:) I can’t wait to see you!

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