The Walking Street – Sunday 6 January

9 Jan

On Sunday, I visited the walking street – a street market which sells a variety of items –street food snacks, t-shirts, handbags, souvenirs… basically any touristy rubbish you might wish to buy, or food you may wish to eat.

Anything you may want to eat

Anything you may want to eat

Oddly, there are a couple of Buddhist temples dotted around the street – should you get tired, you can pray for escape from the evil gods of capitalism.

Some of the items that I found interesting were:

the recycled coke and beer cans which had been made into tuk tuks or motorcycles:

Recycle like you really mean it! Can made tuk-tuks

Recycle like you really mean it! Can made tuk-tuks

the eggs being cooked on a slow barbecue in banana boats:

Slow cooked eggs

Slow cooked eggs

the roast corn / sweet potatoes being lathered in a weirdly orange coloured butter and coated (sprinkled is just not the right word!) in salt:

Yuh salt!

Yuh salt!

and the fruit set out for immediate smoothies:

Fruit!

Fruit!

Following the trip to the street, I rushed home to meet Noom, the chef from the Spirit House, ready and waiting to cook

3 Responses to “The Walking Street – Sunday 6 January”

  1. camille January 12, 2013 at 3:43 pm #

    Nicky, what was the flavour of the eggs? I quite like that idea. 🙂

    • ncma69 January 14, 2013 at 7:35 am #

      I didn’t try the eggs but it looked like they were beaten like an omelette with mushrooms and other bits included.
      They seem to use eggs for anything – among the omelettes that you can buy for example is Pad Thai omelette, which is simply Pad Thai wrapped in a thin omelette casing.

      • camille January 14, 2013 at 10:57 am #

        ok … pity you did not have a taste … 🙂

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