That’s only one week left. Not that I’m counting, but there’s something about having a plane ticket in hand, that just makes it easier to count down. Not that I even want to…my parent’s are already though. Ha! They asked what I wanted to eat first…and after two years, waiting for American food, yumminess…guess what I picked? Taco Bell. 🙂 Some of you may be disgusted, but some of you may understand completely my desire.
26) P’Nira…(my sweet older sister here who I met the 4th or 5th day I was here at a special Christmas time market) she recognized me the next time I saw her at her shop near where the market was held, but I didn’t recognize her. That same situation happened to me numerous times in Thailand, a Thai person would be like, “HI! How are you Neisha? Haven’t seen you in a while.” And I would not know who this person was, thought I’d never met them before. I’m getting better at that now. But…anyways…America has no P’Nira.
27) Khuay Tiaw Soi 1…(the best yummiest khuay tiaw place around…in my opinion) it’s spicy pork soup with peanuts and veggies…delicious. 30 baht.
28) Motorcys…(there are so many, and so easy to drive, and and and fun) sure America has motorcycles, but they don’t have the motorcys of Thailand…smaller, cheaper, slower little bikes (more like scooters) that are so fun and prevalent here.
29) Karaoke…(ok, so I’ve never actually been (A HUGE SHAME I KNOW) but I’ve heard it’s fun) and I’m going for my first time with friends on my last friday in Thailand.
30) Kad Suan Kaew…(an older mall with tons of quirky little off-name shops and cheap clothes, shoes, yummy food, etc etc) there’s just not a mall like this in America. I do love the hi-so malls of America, to be sure, but there’s still somethings special about “my mall,” the one I can see out my window. The one I saw a shining “Pizza Company” sign on the first night here. The one that tempted me every time with puppies for sale. The one that I went grocery shopping at when I had no transportation.
All for now…