Friday in Chang Mai

Yesterday, I ate some traditional Chang Mai food. It was a ground pork dish flavored with red curry and basil. It was alright- very rustic. It was served with fried pork skins and a soft boiled egg. I don't know, it wasn't the bright, spicy, sour-Thai flavor I was hoping for. But it was enlightening to see the differences in regional cooking.

I went to the Night Bazaar and got an awesome banana roti and an orange monk bag.

Sorry, this post is short because I'm blogging against the clock (before my Internet minutes are up.)


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