For those times when you don’t have access to Opa’s home-grilled Thüringer Bratwurst the wares from ubiquitous mini-BBQ stands make a good substitute. Cranky prefers vendors that specialize in one item – such as these perfectly made pork belly skewers on Thalang Road. Each one is cooked to perfect juicyness and all the burnt bits are carefully trimmed away with scissors. You get four for 20 BAT (66 cents), take that Biwa!
Let the sun set in the old town of Phuket and you will find some streets transformed with old world charm. Very chill jam sessions going on here and there. Why not start a blues bar so you can stand on your own stage every night? Especially the young local musicians impress with smooth licks on bass and guitar.
Cranky has been taking out the camera only to capture the tangerine color dreamlike sunsets. To spare you all the color and kitsch this one has been converted to black and white. Other than that we have been busy sitting under the trees, drinking fresh juice, reading books and waiting for the next sunset.
Very funny Stanley, yes it is pronounced ‘Peepee’.
They sound like tractor engines without tailpipes but the long tail boats have such pretty silhouettes. Come to think of it – they do have tractor engines without tailpipes.
The only place we could find in this climber’s paradise was a bit more rustic than we expected.
Bring lots of patience and red nail polish.