Casual days in beach town
Posted December 22, 2011on:
I moved from hustle bustle central Bangkok to a popular holiday beach town this year and I really loved the move.
Though I no longer enjoying abundant good books in Kinokuniya at Siam Paragon, though I no longer being up to date of various workshop/exhibition in major shopping malls, though I no longer having easy access to very authentic Chinese cuisine in the city; but fresh seafood, slower lifestyle pace, less traffic jam, less stressful and beautiful beach are already made up the absence.
We were celebrating coming Christmas in warm climate here. Here is some pictures of few local seafood restaurants that we enjoy most of our weekend there. We can never get bored of the beach! And food.
My favorite Thai food
Many watercrafts are passing by… our view is not bored
Very strong wind, we sit indoor to avoid getting wet
A cottage linked to a restaurant
Must come earlier to seize the seaside seat
Dog is the most common animal I’ve seen on beach
The tree, the beach, the sunset remembered my old school holidays
Be a pouch potato with a glass of champagne, good food, good view, good service plus steep price
Many scenic seafood restaurants are actually hidden in small fishing villages
These seats are on reservation only. What a nice seaview lazy chair after dinner.
Sand zone, my SO said we are liked in Italy in picture (>< b)
A four-tier resort style seaside restaurant
Some Thai families could just spend few hours for their dinner time in this restaurant
I can never predict the colour of sunset
Sometimes atmosphere is more attractive than food
Another nice restaurant in a fishing village, side seat need earlier booking or try our luck
Now you know why their seafood is super fresh
Going home earlier because of high tide
Sabai Sabai ~ one of my favorite Thai song too ~
~ Wish you all have a wonderful weekend ~