Friday, 30 November 2007

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Saturday, 24 November 2007

Loy Krathong Day

November 24th, 2007 is a Loy Krathong Day for this year.

One of the Thai loveliest festival in middle November on a Full moon day is the Loy Kra-Thong Day. It takes place at a time when the weather is fine, as the rainy season is over and the rainy season is over and there is a high water level all the country.

"Loy" means "to float" and "Kra-Thong" is a lotus-shaped vessel made of banana leaves and its stem. The Kra-Thong usually contains a candle, three joss sticks, some flowers, and coins. People light the candles and joss sticks and launch their Kra-Thong on canals, rivers, or even small ponds to give thanks and apologize to Phra Mae Khong-kha. (The Thai goddess of water.)
It is believed that a Kra-Thong carries away sins (bahp) and bad luck (choke rai) and wish will be granted if the Kra-Thong stays afloat and drift out of sight. Lovers tell the fate of love by floating their Kra-Thong together. If their Kra-Thongs drift away together, it is a good sign of love, but if the Kra-Thongs stay apart, especially at the start, it is a bad sign.

Today we'll join the festival at a private pound where we always go for walk 'coz we don't wanna got stuck on the rad.

Here's a Loy-Krathong song lyric

November full moon shine

Loy Krathong, Loy Krathong

And the water is high

In the gold river and the Klong

Loy Loy Krathong , Loy Loy Krathong

Loy Krathong is here

And everybody’s full of cheer

We're together at the Klong

Each one floats his Krathong

In the river and we pray

We can see a better day .........

Saturday, 17 November 2007

Kao Phode Klook

Kao Phode Klook or Corns with Coconut meat.

Ingredients :
*for 2 servings *

1 cup sweet corn, boiled in salted water and sliced
3 tbs. mature coconut, grated
3 tbs. sugar
1 tbs. sesame seeds, roasted
2 tbs. boiled coconut milk


1. Mix all the ingredients together in a mixing bowl.
2. Sprinkle with sesame seeds and grated coconut slices for garnishing.

Thursday, 15 November 2007

Winter in Bangkok

Winter arrives and I'm still alive!
We still have lots of sunshine....
And a bit pouring rain for some day.........
Life is beautiful as always........