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Thursday, 13 November 2008



That sticky rice looks like it's been sitting out in the open for too long. The pad see ew looks good. But most of all, the Yum Nuea looks awesome.


Hi Carol - The Missus really enjoyed that beef salad.


Interesting shape those Thai salak have. You should have the ones from Bali - they're the least astringent. (Ever consider going there for one of your future trips? I know a lot of places and people...)


the street vendors sure know how to rotisserie their chicken. And yeah, those Thai salaks are anatomically reminiscent (pickled testicles or miniture gluts).


Great pictures. That guest house you stayed in looked nice. That is quite a contraption they have to cook the chicken. It looks like its electric-powered. Wow. A restaurant devoted to Spring Rolls? Very cool.
Thanks for sharing your trip.


Hi Ed - Indonesia is very high on our list! I'll be sure to get some tips from you before we go.

Hi RONW - They do have an interesting look to them.....

Hi Stephen - I'd hazard to say that the rotisserie may be part of draw....

tina marie

You know I'm quite the novice in describing food as well as you Kirk but that Salacca kinda looked like a hybrid mutant strawberry? lol It gave me a giggle to your caption once it was completely undressed. That sticky rice made my teeth hurt just looking at it! I'm glad that you and the Misses had a great trip. I really enjoy reading/seeing your posts from your travels! Thanx for sharing.


Hi Tina - I'm glad you enjoyed the post...that Salacca looks quite...interesting is the word I guess!

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