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Aloha ! There is nothing much to say about 2021. It was a mixed year for me. I finally managed to spend some good time with my friend Lipika Choudhury https://www.instagram.com/that_fit_mommy/ at the end of the year. How has 2021 been for you?
I wish all of you a very happy and prosperous new year. Hopefully, 2022 will be better for everyone. See you in 2022.
When it comes to savoring seafood, Goa is definitely a heaven. My experience with Goan food was more than wonderful. And I had all these delicious dishes in the hole-in-the-wall restaurants, thanks to the guidance of local people. Almost all the dishes satisfied my taste buds. Neither spicy nor salty. Just perfect.
Beer has to be mild and Witlinger’s WHEAT ALE justifies it. Hands down, one of the best beers in the market. Infused with freshly crushed coriander seeds and sweet orange peel, this one is for who loves mild beers. For the first time, I tried this beer and I must say the taste is quite impressive. For me, taste matters to me the most, not the alcohol content. Completely fell in love with Witlinger’s distinctive flavur. Summer is here. Go grab a Witlinger. It won’t disappoint you.
What not to miss while holidaying in Hua Hin? Night Market. Absolutely vibrant and entertaining. From lip-smacking food items to cheap clothes, from handmade stuffs to live cooking, this place brings hundreds of locals and foreigners alike together every night. I really enjoyed taking strolls around the area. Street vendors allure their customers with fancy display of local delicacies. I really had a wonderful time there and would love to visit this lively and colorful market again. 🙂
With a hot and humid weather, I had no option but to search for a place full of greenery. During my online search, Google suggested me a nearby place called Santichaiprakan Park, which is close to Khao San road.
The park impressed me after an overview and I decided to visit the place.
I approached a tul tuk guy and paid him 40 bhat.
Located on Phra Athit road, Santichaiprakan Park is full of greenery, though not big in terms of area.
One can fully explore the park in just 20 minutes.
The park, situated in the eastern part of Chao Phraya River, offers some scintillating views of the sunset.
And near the vicinity of the park one can find beautiful Phra Sumen Fort, which was constructed during the end of the 18th century to protect the city from foreign invasions.
While returning from this place I stumbled upon a cute coffee shop and had some nice warm coffee.
Koh Samet is one of the thousands of beautiful islands that one should explore in Thailand. Especially when you are in Bangkok and have little time on your hand.
A four-hour journey from the capital city will take you to this tiny paradise, which is considered to be a protected zone.
Pristine turquoise waters and powdery white sand beaches woo thousands of foreign and local tourists alike every day. It is easy to navigate in this area as it is very compact in size. I used a motorbike to explore the whole place.
Ko Samet is largely a part of Khao Laem Ya-Mu Ko Samet National Park. One can indulge in watersports activities too, although I opted to enjoy my precious time on beaches.
One place which is highly recommended for a splendid evening is Naga Bar. Cheap prices make this place a favorite among tourists.
So, how to reach Koh Samet? As I was staying at Sukhumvit, I took a bus from Ekkamai Bus Terminal to Ban Phe. While buying bus tickets, I also booked a ferry ticket from Ban Phe to Ko Samet. It took approximately four hours from Bangkok to reach Ban Phe and from there, I took a ferry to Ko Samet. The short journey lasted 30 minutes.
The place is replete with numerous hotels, guest houses and bars. So don’t worry about accommodation. To explore this protected area, you need to buy a 200 bhat ticket which is valid for five days. Make sure you don’t lose the ticket, otherwise, you will have to buy another one.
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