Throwback Thursday: Our Travels, Cha-Am Thailand

Thai Junk Market

This week’s Thai Throwback Thursday takes us back to 2006. Andy, my parents and I spent a month in Thailand during the summer. We explored Cha-Am, a beach district my Thai family like to visit at weekends. While we were there we had a look around a Thai ‘Junk’ Market, where second-hand goods are sold. There was a lot of crockery and religious statues. My dad and my auntie love Car-boot Sales and Flea Markets, so they especially enjoyed the day, even though it was like a sun trap.

Thai Junk Market2

During our stay, we also ate at a Famous Pad Thai restaurant. Our family friend took us there. The Pad Thai was really good and so was the minced pork stir-fry with basil, green beans and chilli, which Andy is being shown below.

Famous Pad Thai

Have you been to Cha-Am or explored a Thai Junk Market? Do you like Pad Thai? If so, let me know and click on the link for my quick and easy Pad Thai recipe.

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