My first meal and a classic! The Tom Yum soup was rich and full of automatic flavors. So comforting after a very long couple days of traveling.
Night 2 - Not feeling very well I ended up sleeping most of the day away, then woke up.starved so around 10pm I went out to venture for some food. Just a couple blocks away I stumbled across a open restaurant looking like it was a part of the jungle with how it was covered in plants. There I got two of favorite Thai dishes, papaya salad and silver noodle soup. I love the broth of this soup, it's clear and simple but full of flavor. Think of it as a Thai chicken noodle soup, light and delicious. All of this cost me a measly 180 baht which is about $5.
After Week 1 - The rest of my time there, I didn't eat out that much and lived off of street food, fresh fruit, and 7-11. Yum....Lol To be totally honest the Thai food was really good. One night I got some Pad Thai out late that was the best I ever had not to mention watching her make it from this tiny cart with a massive wok on top was pretty impressive.
That same night I also dined on a scorpion...and what did it taste like you all must be wondering? Nothing really, it was salty and crunchy. That was about it...of course I have the picture to prove it t00.