Basically, it's an entire hour of prolonged bender, an increasingly addled tuk-tuk ride from place to place shoving delicious things into my face, washed down with (variously) Thai "whiskey moonshine and beer.
Just eat his food sometime and you'll know what I'm talking about.
I'd like to say that the get scared whore politics of Thailand are just too complicated, too fast changing, too impenetrable for me to ever understand much less explain, hence my focus on food and drink.
Northern Thailand, by the way, offers some of the best reasons why, when traveling at least, a vegan might consider suspending their restrictions.This 4 star hotel is located in the city centre of Modena.I don't even like minor discomfort.Except when we are talking food, where the older I get, the spicier and more painful I want.I'd like to say it was because the latest military takeover happened after we were there - rather than just before - or during.
Despite our numerous complaints, they insisted they weren't received other complaints from guests, which I cannot see being possible.
Nice breakfast fresh fruit, breads, cereal, fresh pastries.
Have you ever been spanked by a supermodel?
He was apparently wearing a clingy cocktail dress at the time.Then, with annoyance, the front desk lady changed us to the main building - where we discovered we'd been moved to a smaller room which could still barely connect to the internet on an iPhone or laptop.Having a background in the IT hospitality world, I can absolutely confirm they have a horrendous network connectivity problem.I consistently received download speeds.4mbps, when the network would connect at all.But that wouldn't be true.The coffee is fantastic, and the restaurant is easily one of the better places we've eaten in Italy and at a reasonable price."What's" cooking is usually the end of a long, often violent story.
So there should be much rejoicing in Chowland that this Sunday's episode of "Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown" is "all about the food." Ironically enough, it takes place in one of the most politicized environments on earth: Thailand., where, it seems, every time we go, there.
Given our limited time on this earth, and the sheer magnificence, the near limitless variety of sensory experiences readily available, you don't want to miss ANY.