Check the Salt Travel Tip

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Check the Salt Travel Tip
I discovered a habit of mine the other day and thought that maybe a few readers would find it helpful. I do not trust salt or pepper shakers in restaurants.
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Bangkok, Thailand
Khao San Road - Center of Backpacker Universe
Southeast Asia
Saturday, June 13, 2009

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Without thinking, I take the saltshaker and try it in my hand before I try on the food.

I am sure readers can tell all sorts of funny stories about salt shakers.

Check the Salt Travel Tip

Gadget

Hello,

I have stayed at four Hotel near Khao San Road and for various reasons.

Sawasdee Smile for 225 Baht with TV and shared shower.

Four Sons Place for 350 Baht for AC, TV.

D and D Inn for 550 Baht because it has a Swimming Pool on the roof.

K S House off Khao San Road because it has WIFI and I can make many Skype.com Telephone calls. It is across from the Pizza Hut or on the way to New World. Probably can negotiate a fan room in this hotel for 200 Baht with WIFI.

Andy


hoz

Checking the salt shaker is probably the Hoosier in you. Old high school prank. Ever unscrew a top (so its just sitting there) so that the next user gets a plate full of salt?


Gadget

Moisture makes salt clump, I think I have become accustomed to the salt not coming out of the shaker. I test it, if it does not work, I take the lid off, pour some in my hand and then slowly use a finger to slide some onto my food.
Andy