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How to Eat Fried Worms

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We found a strange snack today in Chiang Mai on Khao San Road… fried Insects! We tried the grasshopper and worms! They actually tasted like french fries! You only live once right?!
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Mmmmm mmm Good!

We couldn’t travel to Thailand without eating some spicy curries so last night we went to a popular local restaurant to conquer the menu. In parts of Thailand Curries are almost eaten everyday! I don’t know how there mouths handle it cause our mouths were on fire! Curry is a variety of spiced dishes. Our favorite was the coconut curry! We also tried some Pad Thai, that is pan fried rice noodles with fish sauce, sugar, lime juice, chopped peanuts and egg mixed with chicken and seafood. We realized while eating these that food here is spicy!

We washed down our meals with some beers. Beer is very popular here it reminded us of our homeland! We tried Singha and Chang and had to tell our waiter no ice in our glasses because of the chance that the ice might not be purified. Our waiter also gave us three good-looking girls a shot of traditional Mekong whiskey that is fermented from sugarcane.

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What a great day! Have a great night Bloggers!

Allie, Jen, and Rebecca

Posted by Thailand11 22:24 Archived in Thailand Tagged 2011 sait tvt

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How much would a bottle of beer be in Canadian dollars?

by AsianGirls

a huge bottle was less then 3 canadian dollars!

by Thailand11

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