Thank you so much for all of your support throughout the year. 2020 may not be the perfect year but I’m sure we all have learned so much from it. May 2021 be a better year for everyone and for our world. Stay positive and always be thankful for what we have. Happy New Year. xox Charinya.
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Goodbye 2019 and welcome 2020
Goodbye 2019 and welcome 2020. Thank you for all of your support thoughout the year. May the new year bring you abundant love, positive changes, good health, happiness and success. xox Charinya
Travels to an agricultural wonderland
I went home to visit my family in Thailand in September this year. It’s always an astonishing moment for me to visit my motherland, particularly this time as I spent many days at my hometown of Kaset Sombun, Chaiyaphum.
Please let me share some of this special trip with you.
The temple, or “Wat”, is a very significant place for Thai Buddhists. Temples play an important role in everyday life, with people going to the temple to make merit and pray to Buddha for good health, good fortune and increased wealth.There are tens of thousands of Buddhist temples in Thailand. Some of you that have been to Thailand may have visited Wat Phra Kaew (Temple of the Emerald Buddha), Wat Pho (Temple of the Reclining Buddha) or Wat Arun (Temple of Dawn).
Outside of Thailand, there are also Thai temples in many places around the world. In my blog post this time I will take you to a Thai temple in Canberra called “Wat Dhammadharo”.Continue reading “Wat Dhammadharo”
Merry Christmas 2018
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year everyone. I’m away from my kitchen from today and won’t be back until next year.
I would like to thank you all for your support throughout the year.
Thank you so much for being here. Thanks for all of your support, comments, likes and followings.
I look forward to sharing more of my recipes with you in 2019. Stay safe and enjoy your holiday,
A Traditional Thai Isaan Wedding
The wedding was held at our home town in Chaiyaphum, a small province in Northeast Thailand (Isaan) where both my sister and I were born and raised and where our parents and relatives liveWe decided to do it the old way in which we prepared as much as we could ourselves instead of paying a wedding organiser or catering business. I think this way is more significant and memorable.