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After a few days in Krabi town and visiting Railay, we decided to shift accommodation to the nearby town of Ao Nang. A mere 20 minute songthaew ride from Krabi town, Ao Nang is a beach town that despite being very touristic was just what we needed for our last couple of days of sleeping in, relaxing and eating-all-the-food before we started our hardcore month of Muay Thai training.
Penang was the kind of place that I wanted to take photos of EVERYTHING ALL THE TIME.
I’m guilty of visiting some places where my camera remains untouched in my bag for days, but in Penang – Georgetown especially – I enthusiastically lugged it around pretty much constantly.
In my opinion, every street, every building, every moment, every itsy bitsy detail was worthy of being snapped into the memory bank.
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Breakfast is my favourite meal of the day. If I’m out for brunch, I’m an eggs benedict kinda girl, but at home I usually rely on cereal/muesli/porridge, yoghurt and fruit for a healthy boost of energy to get going in the morning.
And boy, this muesli is a superb start to the day. It’s a versatile and simple muesli recipe that can easily be adapted with what you feel like or what you have on hand. You can change up the nuts and seeds, or even add some dried fruit. Live a little, be wild, go crazy!
It’s no secret that salmon is right up there in my list of favourite foods.
Well, here’s another fun fact for your day: noodles are too! Okay, so perhaps not such a fun fact, but very true none-the-less. I will almost always pick noodles over rice (the only exception being when the noodles are saturated in a gooey “gravy” sauce…this brings back a nasty memory from a while back involving a meal in Thailand and the unfortunate few days that followed…let’s not talk about that).
If, like me, you’re a lover of salmon and noodles, this recipe is a keeper. Even if you’re not, try this! Go on, I dare you. It’s delicious, pinky swear.