My daughter turned eleven this month. We had a special barbecue dinner with my sister’s family. But we could not eat the cake because we forgot the candles! We ate some of it two days later.
The Thai letters on the cake mean “Happy Birthday”.
Sometimes I eat lunch here.
I like to have the seafood soup, squid and steamed rice!
Sukhumvit Soi 71. It is a quiet street.
(A) is the name of the store. The Thai words are shrimp, crab and steam(ed).
This is near where I work. I eat there every evening. I usually have the barbecue pork with sticky rice. It costs 15 baht (47 cents).
I go to the market almost every day. It is on the way to my daughter’s school. I buy many kinds of vegetables such as tomatoes, cucumbers and cabbage. For meat, pork and chicken. Also grapes and melon. Sometimes I go there to sell vegetables from my garden.
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My daughter Eloise is on the left, smiling.
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The front of the building is a barber shop.
No bathroom! It is downstairs.
The first one is called laab. It is beef with chilli powder, Thai herbs and vegetables🌶, peppermint, spring onion and parsley. You can eat the beef raw, or cook it.
We also eat fresh water fish…and bugs! The bugs we fry in water and salt.
Last month I tried to use the Intenso Memory 2 Move WiFi with my MacBook Air. But my MacBook Air became crazy. I think Intenso is useless.