Check out what we ate during our honeymoon in the first post about Phuket.
While we were on our honeymoon, we spend one Sunday evening exploring the Phuket Weekend Market. It’s a night bazaar which includes goods (you can find everything there) as well as foods.
For those who have been to Bangkok, apparently it resembles the markets there, and another name for it is Talad Tairod (the literal meaning: Car Boot Sale).
Of course, food interested us the most. What can you eat here? Everything in various forms: fried, deep fried, boiled, steamed, crushed, chilled, rolled and fermented. We walked around and tried a little bit of everything- not much need for writing, the photos will say it all!
Yes- those are fried bugs…
Some giant shirmp!!!
Did you eat bugs? I think I would be so comfortable hiding behind the lens! But the giant shrimp did look good and the mangos at the end.
Haha! No, Sam was going to give it a shot and decided they looked a little too big and crunchy! 😉
great photos, evs! buuuuuut i don’t think some of them look very appetizing…haha
So you say, I mean fried bugs might be the perfect appetizer! 😉
Lovely photos of food pictures… making me hungry here. LOL!!!
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