30 lbs of Fruits and Vegetables for $9 – Chiang Mai, Thailand

30 lbs of Fruits and Vegetables for $8 – Chiang Mai, Thailand
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I don’t have a kitchen at my apartment, so I decided to buy a blender and go to the local market in Chiang Mai, Thailand. The amount of local produce (freshly shipped from nearby farms) was insane! Prices are as low as 1/10 the price of produce in stores in the US, and everything is fresher.

I walked around for 20 minutes literally buying as much as I could physically carry. Total cost? Less than 300 baht, or about 9 dollars 🙂

Update: I’ve been making massive, 2-liter smoothies every day for a week now and I’ve only used about 2/3 of this!

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    • Grant Weherley
      Grant Weherley says:

      Thanks Rita! Yes Udemy is great! But there are actually many ways to create this kind of lifestyle – various kinds of infoproducts, service businesses, etc. In fact I just helped a client launch her first business last week – I love being able to relive that moment when they get their first customer. It’s the best! I hope the book gives you some ideas. Come out to Thailand sometime and say hello. This week is the world-famous Songkhran festival 🙂

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      • Rita Smith, Video Producer and Photographer
        Rita Smith, Video Producer and Photographer says:

        Thanks for the feedback, Grant and, yes, I’d love to meet up for a chat if I come to Thailand. It would be great to exchange ideas. It’s been a number of years since I had a holiday in Thailand and I long to return. I visited Phuket, Chiang Mai (where I had an elephant ride, a crazy tuk-tuk ride, a visit to some hill tribes and a ride down the river on a raft) Sukhothai with its abundance of temples and Bangkok with its night markets. One of the highlights of the holiday was a boat trip around some islands, including the gorgeous Koh Phi Phi island. My friend and I stopped on one island where there were loads of colourful fish just a few feet from the shore and they ate miniature bananas right out of our hands. And the scenery was incredible. I didn’t want to return home! To live there or somewhere similar would be a dream come true.
        Enjoy the Songkhran festival. Do share a video if you can.

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        • Grant Weherley
          Grant Weherley says:

          That’s awesome Rita – sounds like an amazing experience 🙂 I can understand why you didn’t want to leave (same reason I didn’t).

          And already on it for making a Songkhran festival! Trying to make it epic. Hopefully as a video producer you’ll think it’s quality as well. I’m still getting a hang of the travel video thing, but I love it.

          I’ll be posting it here: http://bit.ly/MoreCoolVideos
          As well as here on the blog. Cheers!

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