Tuesday, 29 March 2011

Airport Ramen


Airport ramen

I've just spent the last two weeks travelling across Malaysia, finally culminating in Bangkok. We ate so much it'll take me a good few days to recover and to collect my thoughts, but meanwhile I'll leave you with my 6am bowl of ramen at Bangkok airport, devoured after 8 hours of boozing and one hour's sleep.

The flight home was interesting. To say I resembled and smelt like a drunkard would be an understatement.

14 comments:

Tom said...

I'm looking forward to a fair few posts on where to go in Malaysia/ Bangkok. To say I am excited about visiting such places is kind of an understatement.

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tori said...

Ah, the amazing healing power of ramen. And the unique delights of flying when rotten. Ta for reminding me of both.... Looking forward to hearing about the travels.

The Grubworm said...

There's nothing like a hangover on a plane - bleugh. But at least those ramen (and the chillies in particular) would've gone some way to sorting you out.

Like Tom said, looking forward to Bangkok food posts - it's one of me favourite cities for food.

Jenny Eatwell said...

Oh my! Those ramen look to be "just what the doctor ordered" for your circumstances. :)

Mr Noodles said...

The healing properties of ramen! To echo other comments, I'm looking forward to posts on your travels.

Pavel said...

I pity the poor bastard next to you, did you get some good snoring going on as well on the way back?

Ute@HungryinLondon said...

Looking forward to reading your travel stories and everything about the food. I have not been to Malaysia yet, but I love Thailand, lucky girl!

Ute@HungryinLondon said...

Looking forward to reading your travel stories and everything about the food. I have not been to Malaysia yet, but I love Thailand, lucky girl!

Gin and Crumpets said...

That looks a lot nicer than the horrible sandwiches I usually end up with in the cattle shed airports of Europe.

Helena Lee said...

I just KNOW what that bowl of ramen felt like. Bloody amazing I imagine.

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An American in London said...

"To say I resembled and smelt like a drunkard would be an understatement."

I hope you don't take this the wrong way, but I feel bad for the people who sat next to you on the flight. : )

Lizzie said...

Thanks all. Ramen was the giver of life.

AAIL - 4 sweet, sweet seats to myself. I missed two meals on the plane though due to being passed out. WAH! I love plane food.