Thai Smoothy with Toast

Let's try.
It's so easy and cool for summer time!


Let's Celebrate Songkran 2014 Festival and Enjoy Decorating Your Photos With PhotoUp App

Songkran is the traditional Thai New Year celebration 
which starts on April 13 of each year and lasts for 3 days.  
Songkran is a Thai word which means "move" or "change place" 
as it is the day when the sun changes its position in the zodiac.  
It is also known as the "Water Festival" as people believe that 
water will wash away bad luck. 

Explore how cool Songkran 2014 Festival in Thailand is here.

Moreover I'd like to tell you about so cute stickers which I love to stamp on my photos.

Just download the PhotoUp App...the cute stickers app by Thai Designers.
Then you'll get more than 300 stickers for free, wowwww!!!

Almost 30 categories are available.

I'll show you the stickers for Songkran, they're so cute.

Go and get them at itunes store, you'll like them.



New Line Hello Kitty Stickers : Hello Kitty With Tiny Chum

Don't miss these new line stickers, Hello Kitty: Hello Kitty With Tiny Chum
All stickers are super cute.



Win 10 Blocks of Coco Chocolate 90% Dark Chocolate!

For this Easter, there's a yummy giveaway at Not Quite Nigella blog!!
Winners will pick up the bars themselves from any of the Coco Stores
in Kirribilli, Mosman and Willoughby.
For a chance to win, all you have to do is tell her which flavour
you would like best out of the list there and why!

The competition ends at midnight, the 6th of April, 2014.

See more detail and get a chance to win there.


Thai Tea Ice Cream

It's a bit hot now in Thailand, so it's time for Ice-Creammmmmm......
I love a ice-cream so much (●ゝω・)~☆

I just found the easy recipe and looked yummy of Thai Tea Ice-cream 
I'm quite sure I can make it cause the machine is not needed!!!

"Thai Tea" Two-Ingredient Ice Cream (Machine *Not* Needed)

3 Cups of Heavy Whipping Cream (set aside 1 cup)
1/2 Cup Thai Tea Leaves (found at Asian food stores near you)
1 Can (14 oz) Sweetened Condensed Milk

Explore all detail and easy step by step how to make it --> here


Some of you might tasted various Thai Tea beverage before.
Have you ever tasted my favorite Thai Tea yet?

credit photo: canadian living

This's my favorite brand. It's called 'Cha-Tra-Mue'.
'Cha' means tea, 'Tra' means brand and 'Mue' means hand.
Its trademark is thumbsup, as shown on the package.

Let's taste Cha-Tra-Mue, you'd like it the same as me. 

You can contact me for more detail about Thai tea.

Have a nice day!!