Photographed at Glamping Hub‘s upscale beachfront villas in Ko Yao Noi, Thailand.
After greeting the sunrise at my beautiful open-air beachfront villa, I indulged my voracious raw vegan appetite with bountiful servings of fresh tropical fruit. The fruitarian-friendly breakfast was served at the resort’s peaceful, sun-bathed open-air restaurant. You’ll spot some personal faves (and staples in my own Bangkok Thai kitchen): pineapple, papaya, dragon fruit, watermelon and a delicious assortment of fresh squeezed juices. My idea of raw foodie heaven.
12 thoughts on “Breakfast in Koh Yao Noi”
You’re not like the other models I know who wake up late in the afternoon. It’s still so early and you’re already up and about. Nice Ndoema!
Traveling does turn me into an early riser ^_^
There is no excuse not to follow a healthy regimen wherever you go. Delicious fruits!
Glamping Hub seems to attract a lot of international visitors! I saw the tourists from all over the world in one of your pictures.
True. It was quite international!
The sweet smiles of Thai people. Lovely! Healthy breakfast as usual Ndoema!
I think I saw a bowl the different kinds fruits. The perfect salad would be with one of your dips Ndoema!
Is it affordable to travel from the US to Thailand? I cannot stand the heat or the moonsoons, but all your pictures are showing the best weather!
Yes, it’s quite reasonable. As for the weather, in Southern Thailand (on the Phuket and Krabi side) late November is pretty awesome.
Is that freshly-squeezed juice in quaint, wooden ice buckets? Fresh fruits on banana covers over food covers. Everything is just so simple yet beautifully arranged!
Yes, that is freshly-squeezed tropical fruit juice! 😉
The earthy colors of brown and green are everywhere!