Tha Pae Walking Street

The final evening in Chiang Mai and for this trip in Thailand was marked by lots of street food at the Tha Pae Walking Street. Food stalls, plenty, from on the streets to in the temple grounds.

We managed to get vegetarian only vendors to make it easier for us to trust and eat. And it was all delicious. From different types of pancakes to spring rolls, to samosas, even. Desserts including mango sticky rice and fried coconut pancakes. Coconut soy pudding. Lychee wine. Juices.

I could’ve done with more pad thai, but for the hubster and his cousins and sister who almost dragged me back to the hotel before that one last pad thai, only to step out themselves later at night, hah! So much for being an Indian wife, sister-in-law here!

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