Thailand Market Shrimp and Fuzzy Fruit

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Thailand Market Shrimp and Fuzzy Fruit
I was forced to walk through a Thailand food market that was in front of the Panthip Computer store in Rangsit, Thailand yesterday.

Shrimp, Crabs and fuzzy fruit, it is always a colorful day when walking through the food markets in Thailand; you never know why the market is located where it is located, it is just there. Intriguing, however the smell can sometimes be annoying, as the smells are all in the same soup.

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Thammasat University
Rangsit Campus,
Thailand, Southeast Asia
Wednesday, July 1, 2009

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I truly love Shrimp Cocktail; however, I can never buy the cocktail sauce or the horseradish to make my own, and it just does not taste the same.



Large Thailand Shrimp, I suspect they are raised in the Shrimp farms close to the ocean here; I doubt it is natural Shrimp.



Crabs, I have never seen a crab farm, I do not know if they grow them in farms or not?



There are many types of strange vegetables and fruits for sale in Thailand, I always think the fuzzy ones are interesting.

Agro-tourism, - Food, - Restaurants

Thailand Market Shrimp and Fuzzy Fruit

the fruits are(big)dragonfruit and(small) lychees.


Pampy

Lychee are one of my favorite fruits here in Thailand. Recommended for those who have not tried them.


Slim

you should try the Durian, such a wonderful fruit -)


Gadget

I was nervous calling it a fruit, I never know, maybe it is a vegetable.
Andy


Gadget

Damn I am a great internet Travel Writer.

I set the stage, I engaged the audience, and I proposed in a way that that elicited all the answers I needed to satisfy my curiosity.

A writers job is not to think for you, a writers job is to make you think and feel. The tools of an internet writer are different than a magazine writer.

Send a donation on a topic. I will focus on answers.


Little Blossom

Hmmmm....interesting.

I just thought the pictures were very colorful in nature, now if I could only have smell-o-vision (who cares about the other smells!) I could enjoy the entire effect of the pictures!

BTW, if I dont know the answers to my questions about your posts Andy.....I research for myself.

Fuzzy fruit, sounds questionable to me! :-)


Motorcycle Bob

***A writers job is not to think for you, a writers job is to make you think and feel. The tools of an internet writer are different than a magazine writer.***

You definitely make me think and feel. But as provocative as your writing is, the comments section completes it. Comments add such a great dimension to this (and any). Different readers see different things in your writings. For example, I never would have seen this post as one that would encourage a lively discussion, yet it did.

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