In Holland, the baker and the greengrocer come to your house by road. In Thailand they often come by water.
Tahoen is someone special. Tahoun is a man who lives near Wat Soong. Every morning, for more than 30 years, he steps in his little boat. In this boat, there is a stove with a large kettle of clear soup on it. In a number of small drawers and pots, he has noodles, herbs, meat, sauces, daily made or bought fresh. When he passes by you can order a plate of noodles, five or six different kinds. Fresh made while you wait, and delicious. Since 2002 Tahoen stopped preparing noodles. He has bought a new house, and he is now retired.
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