Sunday, March 9, 2014
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Kao Steam Eye Mask, Odorless relieves tired eyes and is suitable for use before sleep or in relaxation.
The mask is dry. It is convenient to use. You can just take it off and throw it away after use. No rinsing is required.
Instructions on how to put it on
- Tear off along the dotted line on the back of the mask.
- Wear the mask. Gradually, you will feel warmth. Close your eyes when using the mask so as to relieve tired eyes with the help of the warmth of steam.
- Wait for 10 -15 minutes before taking it off.
The Mask itself. I forgot to tell you but there is a loop on each side of the mask to let your ear through so the mask can stay on.
This is a disposable eye mask that can heat themselves to around 40C. That temperature helps relax the eye from any tiredness that you had that day. I love using the steam eye mask as it can steam away all my stress on the eye. Well, that's what I think. The steam eye mask is not an eye care mask like the other eye mask on the market. This has a unqiue design designate to help relieve any eye stress you may had.
Once you take out the mask from the packet, it will heat by themselves. Don't worry, the heat will not be very hot that it might cause danger to your eyes. If you have any problem with this eye mask, please take it off and discontinue using it.
I usually put this mask on once a week. I love putting it overnight to ensure a good night sleep. This mask is great for people who travel on plane, bus, or anywhere. You will definitely feel refresh the next day. I will definitely recommend this to everyone who wants a good night sleep after a long tiring day!
Saturday, March 8, 2014
So the other night, RadRadio called me up to do an interview with me. And so I agreed.
It was a really fun experience. Really fun questions they asked.
Thanks for interviewing us, RadRadio!
Nothing is as authentic as secret recipes handed down from generation to generation. At Ban Khun Mae (which translates as Mom's House), you can enjoy authentic Thai cuisine. With nightly live traditional Thai music performances from 7.00 pm - 9.00 pm. This food landmark is widely recognised by various nationalities, and mentioned in many guide books, including the Bangkok Lonely Planet.
Baan Khun Mae oozes Thainess through its every sculpted wooden panel, its white and blue crockery, its aunties shaping dumplings behind a wall of jars filled with relishes, its display of chuam (vegetables boiled in syrup), its classical musician (daily at 7pm) and its staff in traditional outfits.
Tourists love it, and you do get the occasional table of well-to-do Thais. But for Baan Khun Mae to be a hit with locals it would have to seriously overhaul its service and parts of its menu. Waving desperately to nab the otherwise fairly competent waiters is a kind of Olympic sport here, and when queues form at the entrance, some people will just cut into the dining room.
Love the Thai Ice Tea. Total sweetness.
Their food can be very very spicy and the chilis next to the menu really mean it. 1 chilli can actually signify 3. Better to always ask them to tone down the dishes with a chill logo unless you like a nice long slow burn.
Hot and clear spicy soup. coconut soup, Paenang Shrimps, Green curry, Prok holy Basil and Sate all very good. Mango Sticky rice also excellent.
Pricing very cheap compared to malls and other restaurants nearby and with beer will cost you about 500 BT per head all in (less if you don't stuff yourself silly).
Baan Khun Mae, 458/7-9 Siam Square Soi 8, Rama 1 Rd. Bangkok, Thailand