My Pride, My Thai part 27: Coffee's Love at Petchaburi


I have to apologise, I can no longer find the newspaper article which was featured in Bangkok Post and which so informatively told the story about Thai people’s increasing fascination with coffee the past decades. But, from own small recollection, Thailand and Norway have at least this one thing in common: the love of coffee. Though, Thailand has in my opinion gotten a lot ahead of us, because great coffee places in Thailand are just not a place to get coffee, but also to take cute pictures and truly unwind (as in escape the sizzling heat outside).†


To read:†My Pride, My Thai part 1: The Preparation†(opens in a new tab).†

To read:†My Pride, My Thai part 2: The flight†(opens in a new tab).†

To read:†My Pride, My Thai part 3: The arrival†(opens in a new tab).†

To read: My Pride, My Thai part 4: The first morning (opens in a new tab).†

To read: My Pride, My Thai part 5: Big C (opens in a new tab).†

To read: My Pride, My Thai part 6: Bangkok (opens in a new tab). †

To read: My Pride, My Thai part 7: 200 THB to heaven (opens in a new tab).

To read: My Pride, My Thai part 8: Bangkok - Ubon Ratchathani (opens in a new tab).†

To read: My Pride, My Thai part 9: Being a celebrity in Thailand (opens in a new tab).†

To read: My Pride, My Thai part 10: From Sisakhet to Sakon Nakhon (opens in a new tab).†

To read: My Pride, My Thai part 11: Sakon Nakhon (opens in a new †tab).

To read: My Pride, My Thai part 11-B: Coffee Love at Sakon Nakhon (opens in a new tab).

To read: My Pride, My Thai part 12: The long drive to see the King (opens in a new tab).†

To read: My Pride, My Thai part 13: Hua Hin Inbox (opens in a new window).

To read: My Pride, My Thai part 14: Returning to Kanchanaburi (opens in a new tab).†

To read: My Pride, My Thai part 15: The luxurious resort (opens in a new tab).†

To read: My Pride, My Thai part 16: LiT Bangkok Hotel (opens in a new tab).†

To read: My Pride, My Thai part 17: Nearing the end (opens in a new tab).†

To read: My Pride, My Thai part 18: Departure for Norway (opens in a new tab).†

To read: My Pride, My Thai part 19: The two forgotten hotels (opens in a new tab).†

To read: My Pride, My Thai part 20: Back to work again… (opens in a new tab).

To read: My Pride, My Thai part 21: The new dawn starts right here (opens in a new tab).

To read: My Pride, My Thai part 22: The homecoming (opens in a new tab).

To read: My Pride, My Thai part 23: A world away (opens in a new tab).†

To read: My Pride, My Thai part 24: Hello sir… (opens in a new tab).†

To read: My Pride, My Thai part 25: Prachuap Khiri Khan - Hua Hin (opens in a new tab).

To read: My Pride, My Thai part 26:†Hua Hin - Bangkok via Had Chao Sam Ran beach (opens in a new tab).†

As some of my readers already are aware of, I love coffee to the point of being close to an obsession of mine, and one of my many must visit places in Thailand is located in Petchaburi: Coffee’s Love. Since the first time I came to this place many years ago, they have certaily developed themselves and become a great place to drink coffee as well as have your lunch (with sweet desserts too, naturally).†

Hence, as I was approaching Petchaburi on the way back to Bangkok, this place would definately be in my book. For those not familiar with Thai coffee’s, I have to warn you that they MAY be very sweet! They do add a LOT of sugar, and if you are on a diet, you may wish to go add an extra espresso shot and stay with the small size cup! I would presume I would be quite right when I state that my generation Norwegian’s prefers drinking their coffee black, but off course, that ain’t my cup of tea (coffee).†



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