Trip To Krabi With My Latest Baby – Part Two.

September 6, 2010 by  
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Trip to Krabi with my latest baby – the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Mini Pro (Part 2)

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So here’s a continuation of Part 1 – my recent trip to Krabi, Thailand where I put my latest baby, the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Mini Pro to the test! I’m trying out something new, no modification of pics or vids whatsoever – just straight from the phone – resized for web use and that’s it! So all pics & vids in this blog were taken using the phone alone… no MSG added :P

We went BIKING! YEeha!
If it was just bicycles, it wouldn’t be something to shout about BUT it was a motorbike! I’ve gone on one of these things once but with Stella, I was a little apprehensive… you know, her safety… and plus when you’ve got 2 people on a bike, it can be a little heavier – I had so many worries – from us falling to us not being able to stop… but heck… we rented one for 25 ringgit a day!

Our beautiful green thing – I shall call it Moly from now on. So we rode Moly along the streets of Krabi –
nothing further than the main stretch – so I think I was going in circles – in that 2-3km beach front area?

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An Introduction To Thai Herbs

May 16, 2009 by  
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herbs-01Greater galangal is an erect annual plant with aromatic, ginger-like rhizomes, and is commonly used in Thai cooking as a flavouring. The approximately 0.04% volatile oil content has therapeutic uses as carminative, stomachic, antirheumatic and antimicrobial agents. An essential ingredient in the preparation of the Thai version of red curry paste, Galangal is used in popular dishes such as the shrimp soup with lemon grass – Tom Yam Goong, chicken soup with coconut milk-Tom Kha Gai, stir-fried meat or vegetables in a dry red curry paste – Phad Prik Khing, a fish curry sauce – Khanom Jeen Nam Ya – and a Northern Thai curry called Hang Le.

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