Today, I turn 26 – an age that I would think is “old” during my teenage years. Yet today, I’m still young and rearing to go!
It feels like it was just last year when I turned a quarter of a century. Oh wait, it was actually exactly a year ago.
P/S: Thank you, Nuffnang, for the awesome card!
Like always, my day will never be as extravagant as anyone else’s birthday. I always say it’s just like any ordinary day, but 31 July will never be just an ordinary day to be honest.
During our stay at Patong Beach, we went to Banzaan Market to have the final dinner of our Phuket-Krabi trip. The seafood meal we had was a wonderful way to fulfill our gastronomic desires.
Quick Review: Banzaan Market offers a variety of fresh food, and what makes it unique is that these fresh food can be cooked on the spot. Affordable price and the food cooked is delicious!
Honestly, this place beats Lae Lay Grill Seafood at Krabi hands down. Read on, and let me tell you why.
Banzaan Market is located in the middle of Patong city, and Jungceylon Shopping Mall is a nearby landmark. It’s quite a walking distance from Seven Seas Hotel, the place we stayed at Phuket.
While most of our meals during the Phuket-Krabi trip were simple and cheap, we opted for a higher-end eatery at Ao Nang, Krabi – Lae Lay Grill Seafood.
Quick Review: A top recommended place to eat, but Lae Lay Grill Seafood serves food that tastes average. The only notable selling-point is the panaromic view of the sea.
Lae Lay Grill Seafood is well-known for its seafood and breathtaking view overlooking the Andaman sea and mountains across.