|Chicken Lemongrass Soup|
We decided to walk over to the local natural attraction of rock formations, "Hin Ta and Hin Yai". The popular rocks formations resemble the male and female sex organs. We took a longer route (by accident) where we had to walk on the beach and climb a really steep hill using a rope for balance. In the meantime, it started to rain and I was wearing flip flops. I was also wearing a WHITE tank top, being underdressed for the hike and the rain was definitely an understatement.
|The Mo sitting on a beachside swing|
We finally got to the site and took only a few pictures since we didn't bring our waterproof camera. We saw other tourists walking to and from a small road back to town. We thought, that is a much easier route than what we just climbed, so we returned back using that small street.
For lunch, we kept it simple and went to 7-11 on the way back to the hotel. A nice cold beer was much needed and we got noodles to go. Instant noodles at 7-11 are extremely popular with both the locals and tourists. Since public drinking is accepted, one can grab a bowl of noodles, steam buns or ham sandwich and wash it down with an ice cold beer on the go.
|Large Selection of Noodles at 7-11|
|Each cup of noodle comes with its own seasoning packets and fork|
|Hot Water dispenser|
|Add Seasoning and Garlic/Chili Paste|
|Cover the lid and let it steam|
|Claim a seat outside of 7-11|
|Add optional condiments, of course the Mo can't live without hot sauce|
|Voila! Lunch for under $4.00 (Beers included|
We wanted to try something different for dinner so we went to Royale Indian Palace for some Indian Cuisine. We got 3 entrees, 2 breads, 2 rice, raita, 2 beers and a mango lassi for under $20.00. What a great bargain!
|Indian Restaurant Sign|
|Fresh Mano Lassi|
|Indian Feast for 2|