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Crunchy snake beans and juicy tomatoes tossed through shredded unripe papaya are enhanced by a kick of garlic and chilli. A squeeze of lime, dash of fish sauce and a pinch of palm sugar and dried shrimp is the perfect dressing. Finished off with a sprinkle of toasted cashews and decorated precisely with pearls of pomegranate makes this traditional papaya salad the ultimate lunch! 

IMG_2662Freshly picked mint leaves are plunged into an icy, revitalizing mocktail called the “Ginger Ninja”. It was just what we needed to fight off the heat! 


A splash of grenadine slowly creeps up the edges of a glass, which elevates the next layer of mango crushed with citrus. Sweet and delicious!



With a mocktail in one hand and a fork of salad in the other, we watched a fisherman haul in his catch with the help of his two sons. You can see why “Dinner on the Beach” at the Fisherman’s Village was our go-to place to grab a bite to eat in Thailand!



Missemzyy xox 

November 2, 2014



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    Choc Chip Uru

    November 2, 2014

    Must have been majestic to dine on a beach in tropical paradise 😀
    Great photos!

    Choc Chip Uru

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      November 4, 2014

      It was heaven! Thank you 🙂

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