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Here I arrive in Hia Boon Seafood, in Thailand. If you are willing to spend some money for a special occasion while you are in Thailand, this would be a good place. Incredibly fresh and delicious seafood and great, quiet atmosphere.

Also I had the honor to quickly visit the kitchen for a demonstration on how they prepare the food. Amazing!

Don't forget to watch parts 2,3... and so on, it gets better

How to get here?:
by Subway (MRT): Phahon Yotin Station, it is about 10 minutes maximum by foot from that station. You can also arrive via BTS Skytrain, I just find it to be more crowded and slow, also it is more expensive that MRT, and on the way back it was more convenient for me because the Subway stops closer to my accommmodation than the BTS.
Also if you type "Hia Boon Seafood" into G. Maps it will give you the exact address and instruction on how to reach the place, very convenient!

Part 1 of my visit to HB Seafood (Hia Boon Seafood) - Beautiful and unique restaurant in the outskirts of Bangkok...

From Mark Wiens Blog/Video: Hia Boon Seafood (ร้านเฮียบูรณ์ซีฟู้ด) is a 1 table Thai seafood restaurant in Bangkok, Thailand. The family run restaurants is originally from Yala province in southern Thailand, but they lived for many years in Trat. Trat has some of the best seafood in Thailand, and when they moved to Bangkok, they wanted to bring top quality organic seafood to Bangkok. At first, the family just distributed seafood and did delivery, but their son Andaman, who is 20 years old, loved to cook. Customers were asking them to open just a single one table restaurant, and so they did. You have to book ahead and order ahead, but you can be guaranteed the seafood is fresh and top quality. It was a fun experience, and delicious seafood.

Dishes that I ordered:

Steamed fish, lime juice (ปลากะพงนึ่งมะนาว)
Shrimp salad (พล่ากุ้ง)
Barracuda, chili salt (ปลาน้ำดอกไม้ผัดพริกเกลือ)
Cuttlefish (หมึกหอมย่าง)
Grilled shrimp (กุ้งลายเสือเผา)
Pickled crab (ปูไข่ดอง)
Shrimp cakes (ทอดมันกุ้ง)
Total price - 4,880 Baht

How to get here?:
by Subway (MRT): Phahon Yotin Station, it is about 10 minutes maximum by foot from that station. You can also arrive via BTS Skytrain, I just find it to be more crowded and slow, also it is more expensive that MRT, and on the way back it was more convenient for me because the Subway stops closer to my accommmodation than the BTS.
Also if you type "Hia Boon Seafood" into G. Maps it will give you the exact address and instruction on how to reach the place, very convenient!

Part 2 HB Seafood (Hia Boon Seafood) - Beautiful and unique restaurant in the outskirts of Bangkok...

From Mark Wiens Blog/Video: Hia Boon Seafood (ร้านเฮียบูรณ์ซีฟู้ด) is a 1 table Thai seafood restaurant in Bangkok, Thailand. The family run restaurants is originally from Yala province in southern Thailand, but they lived for many years in Trat. Trat has some of the best seafood in Thailand, and when they moved to Bangkok, they wanted to bring top quality organic seafood to Bangkok. At first, the family just distributed seafood and did delivery, but their son Andaman, who is 20 years old, loved to cook. Customers were asking them to open just a single one table restaurant, and so they did. You have to book ahead and order ahead, but you can be guaranteed the seafood is fresh and top quality. It was a fun experience, and delicious seafood.

Dishes that I ordered:

Steamed fish, lime juice (ปลากะพงนึ่งมะนาว)
Shrimp salad (พล่ากุ้ง)
Barracuda, chili salt (ปลาน้ำดอกไม้ผัดพริกเกลือ)
Cuttlefish (หมึกหอมย่าง)
Grilled shrimp (กุ้งลายเสือเผา)
Pickled crab (ปูไข่ดอง)
Shrimp cakes (ทอดมันกุ้ง)
Total price - 4,880 Baht

How to get here?:
by Subway (MRT): Phahon Yotin Station, it is about 10 minutes maximum by foot from that station. You can also arrive via BTS Skytrain, I just find it to be more crowded and slow, also it is more expensive that MRT, and on the way back it was more convenient for me because the Subway stops closer to my accommmodation than the BTS.
Also if you type "Hia Boon Seafood" into G. Maps it will give you the exact address and instruction on how to reach the place, very convenient!

Part 3, I start getting full and it shows, nonetheless, I TACKLE that grilled squid, that shrimp salad & that fried fish like a mofo, what a challenge! - Hia Boon Seafood is a beautiful and unique restaurant in the outskirts of Bangkok...

From Mark Wiens Blog/Video: Hia Boon Seafood (ร้านเฮียบูรณ์ซีฟู้ด) is a 1 table Thai seafood restaurant in Bangkok, Thailand. The family run restaurants is originally from Yala province in southern Thailand, but they lived for many years in Trat. Trat has some of the best seafood in Thailand, and when they moved to Bangkok, they wanted to bring top quality organic seafood to Bangkok. At first, the family just distributed seafood and did delivery, but their son Andaman, who is 20 years old, loved to cook. Customers were asking them to open just a single one table restaurant, and so they did. You have to book ahead and order ahead, but you can be guaranteed the seafood is fresh and top quality. It was a fun experience, and delicious seafood.

Dishes that I ordered:

Steamed fish, lime juice (ปลากะพงนึ่งมะนาว)
Shrimp salad (พล่ากุ้ง)
Barracuda, chili salt (ปลาน้ำดอกไม้ผัดพริกเกลือ)
Cuttlefish (หมึกหอมย่าง)
Grilled shrimp (กุ้งลายเสือเผา)
Pickled crab (ปูไข่ดอง)
Shrimp cakes (ทอดมันกุ้ง)
Total price - 4,880 Baht

Part 5, my battery DIES mid-video - Beautiful and unique restaurant in the outskirts of Bangkok...

From Mark Wiens Blog/Video: Hia Boon Seafood (ร้านเฮียบูรณ์ซีฟู้ด) is a 1 table Thai seafood restaurant in Bangkok, Thailand. The family run restaurants is originally from Yala province in southern Thailand, but they lived for many years in Trat. Trat has some of the best seafood in Thailand, and when they moved to Bangkok, they wanted to bring top quality organic seafood to Bangkok. At first, the family just distributed seafood and did delivery, but their son Andaman, who is 20 years old, loved to cook. Customers were asking them to open just a single one table restaurant, and so they did. You have to book ahead and order ahead, but you can be guaranteed the seafood is fresh and top quality. It was a fun experience, and delicious seafood.

Dishes that I ordered:

Steamed fish, lime juice (ปลากะพงนึ่งมะนาว)
Shrimp salad (พล่ากุ้ง)
Barracuda, chili salt (ปลาน้ำดอกไม้ผัดพริกเกลือ)
Cuttlefish (หมึกหอมย่าง)
Grilled shrimp (กุ้งลายเสือเผา)
Pickled crab (ปูไข่ดอง)
Shrimp cakes (ทอดมันกุ้ง)

Total price - 4,880 Baht

Ending clip from my trip to this beautiful and unique restaurant in the outskirts of Bangkok...

When I say "I couldn't", I mean it in both senses! I couldn't open this guy up, but also, and quite honestly, it wasn't my favorite. I wasn't gonna let a crab make this eating-session end up on a negative note. Also, it was cold. It didn't "get cold" I was COLD from the very beginning, kind of a turn-off for me.

From Mark Wiens Blog/Video: Hia Boon Seafood (ร้านเฮียบูรณ์ซีฟู้ด) is a 1 table Thai seafood restaurant in Bangkok, Thailand. The family run restaurants is originally from Yala province in southern Thailand, but they lived for many years in Trat. Trat has some of the best seafood in Thailand, and when they moved to Bangkok, they wanted to bring top quality organic seafood to Bangkok. At first, the family just distributed seafood and did delivery, but their son Andaman, who is 20 years old, loved to cook. Customers were asking them to open just a single one table restaurant, and so they did. You have to book ahead and order ahead, but you can be guaranteed the seafood is fresh and top quality. It was a fun experience, and delicious seafood.

Dishes that I ordered:

Steamed fish, lime juice (ปลากะพงนึ่งมะนาว)
Shrimp salad (พล่ากุ้ง)
Barracuda, chili salt (ปลาน้ำดอกไม้ผัดพริกเกลือ)
Cuttlefish (หมึกหอมย่าง)
Grilled shrimp (กุ้งลายเสือเผา)
Pickled crab (ปูไข่ดอง)
Shrimp cakes (ทอดมันกุ้ง)
Total price - 4,880 Baht

...Pricy, but take into account that this is "Grade-A" shellfish sold *by weight*

The title is self-explanatory.

There is a really good 360-degree view from here to the main area in Banglamphu. The golden color of the structure is also pretty nice. I hope you like it! I visited here right as they opened, at 7:30 am

How to arrive here?: You could come by MRT, the station is called "Sam Yot" and then you have to walk like 5-7 minutes, just straight down the road, you can't miss it. When you exit the station just turn left and walk until you see it. Additionally, if you take that path, you will walk past the "Thipsamai" Restaurant, one of the best and most sought-after places in Bangkok, this branch is the first to make Pad Thai, almost 100 years old! Check my video tour of that place here: https://www.bitchute.com/video/zePq21z7p1gG/

Here, I just arrived via train to Ayutthaya.

I strongly recommend you, if you come here, to immediately exit the train-station area and head straight to the river, where you will be able to cross by ferry for just 5 Baht, pretty neat!

Here you have a video that shows you all that, I hope you like it.
If you do like this kinds of videos, don't forget to subscribe to this channel, more to come.

How to get to Ayutthaya?: I came to Ayutthaya by regular Regional Train. First, you have to go to "Hua-Lampong" (there is a MRT station with that same name, it will drop you off merely footsteps away from the train station).
Second is obviously to buy your ticket at the counter(s) in the main lobby: I did in fact, travel in third class (ticket is just 20B) there is no guarantee of you getting a seat, fortunately for me I DID. Also there is no A/C, but there are plenty of windows and everybody opens them up, so at the end of the day it is totally acceptable. Also there are many fans throughout the train ceiling. The train takes about 1 Hour and half approximately. You will know when you are there because in the ticket it tells you the approximate arrival time. One more thing! when you arrive at the Train station in Ayutthaya, immediately go towards the river (you can ask train security and they will point you in the general direction, you can't miss it honestly) and catch the ferry for just 5 Baht, *then* from there you can take a taxi or tuk-tuk to the Emblematic areas, it shouldn't cost you more than 30/40 Baht.

After crossing the river to reach the town in Ayutthaya (5 Baht by Ferry), I get faced with a big question: Do I walk all the way to "Ayutthaya Historic Park", or do I go with a Taxi/TukTuk?. Here's my experience

Just for the record: Haggling *IS* a pretty common thing here in Thailand, particularly when I comes to Tuk Tuks (and Taxis, but you shouldn't do that because ALL have meters), you just have to have the bargaining skills and honestly, be in the mood for it, because it can get a little bit tiresome at some points, especially if you are in a rush.

How to get to Ayutthaya?: I came to Ayutthaya by regular Regional Train. First, you have to go to "Hua-Lampong" (there is a MRT station with that same name, it will drop you off merely footsteps away from the train station).
Second is obviously to buy your ticket at the counter(s) in the main lobby: I did in fact, travel in third class (ticket is just 20B) there is no guarantee of you getting a seat, fortunately for me I DID. Also there is no A/C, but there are plenty of windows and everybody opens them up, so at the end of the day it is totally acceptable. Also there are many fans throughout the train ceiling. The train takes about 1 Hour and half approximately. You will know when you are there because in the ticket it tells you the approximate arrival time. One more thing! when you arrive at the Train station in Ayutthaya, immediately go towards the river (you can ask train security and they will point you in the general direction, you can't miss it honestly) and catch the ferry for just 5 Baht, *then* from there you can take a taxi or tuk-tuk to the Emblematic areas, it shouldn't cost you more than 30/40 Baht.

In this video I arrive to "Ayutthaya Historical Park" after my Tuk tuk adventure, first thing I encounter is a massive and majestic elephant walking past me, next, there's a natural squirrel "show" playing out in front of my eyes. Squirrels just are naturally funny. After that I keep exploring, eventually arriving at the "Phra Mongkhon Bophit" AKA biggest bronze buddha (there's some accounts that describe it as "one of the biggest"). I did not officially enter the place, but that was not necessary, I just stood at the door and pointed my camera at it. So that was great. There also some more things going on in this video... Do check out my other Ayutthaya videos, it gets funny

How to get to Ayutthaya?: I came to Ayutthaya by regular Regional Train. First, you have to go to "Hua-Lampong" (there is a MRT station with that same name, it will drop you off merely footsteps away from the train station).
Second is obviously to buy your ticket at the counter(s) in the main lobby: I did in fact, travel in third class (ticket is just 20B) there is no guarantee of you getting a seat, fortunately for me I DID. Also there is no A/C, but there are plenty of windows and everybody opens them up, so at the end of the day it is totally acceptable. Also there are many fans throughout the train ceiling. The train takes about 1 Hour and half approximately. You will know when you are there because in the ticket it tells you the approximate arrival time. One more thing! when you arrive at the Train station in Ayutthaya, immediately go towards the river (you can ask train security and they will point you in the general direction, you can't miss it honestly) and catch the ferry for just 5 Baht, *then* from there you can take a taxi or tuk-tuk to the Emblematic areas, it shouldn't cost you more than 30/40 Baht.

"Ok, this is epic." This to me was an absolutely funny and remarkable experience. Randomly, as I was walking through "Ayutthaya Historic Park", a group of young Students approached me and asked if they could interview me, the answer was obviously "Yes", even if just for the laughs and the surreal nature of the situation.

I must say, they were really jovial and did seem legitimately interested in my responses, although it is clear they were doing this for a school project. Nevertheless, I felt very honored and as I say in the video, this type of interactions really show you how open and friendly the Thai People are. I'm so happy I visited this country!

How to get to Ayutthaya?: I came to Ayutthaya by regular Regional Train. First, you have to go to "Hua-Lampong" (there is a MRT station with that same name, it will drop you off merely footsteps away from the train station).
Second is obviously to buy your ticket at the counter(s) in the main lobby: I did in fact, travel in third class (ticket is just 20B) there is no guarantee of you getting a seat, fortunately for me I DID. Also there is no A/C, but there are plenty of windows and everybody opens them up, so at the end of the day it is totally acceptable. Also there are many fans throughout the train ceiling. The train takes about 1 Hour and half approximately. You will know when you are there because in the ticket it tells you the approximate arrival time. One more thing! when you arrive at the Train station in Ayutthaya, immediately go towards the river (you can ask train security and they will point you in the general direction, you can't miss it honestly) and catch the ferry for just 5 Baht, *then* from there you can take a taxi or tuk-tuk to the Emblematic areas, it shouldn't cost you more than 30/40 Baht.

The title of this video explains it all.

How to get to Ayutthaya?:
I came to Ayutthaya by regular Regional Train. First, you have to go to "Hua-Lampong" (there is a MRT station with that same name, it will drop you off merely footsteps away from the train station).
Second is obviously to buy your ticket at the counter(s) in the main lobby: I did in fact, travel in third class (ticket is just 20B) there is no guarantee of you getting a seat, fortunately for me I DID. Also there is no A/C, but there are plenty of windows and everybody opens them up, so at the end of the day it is totally acceptable. Also there are many fans throughout the train ceiling. The train takes about 1 Hour and half approximately. You will know when you are there because in the ticket it tells you the approximate arrival time. One more thing! when you arrive at the Train station in Ayutthaya, immediately go towards the river (you can ask train security and they will point you in the general direction, you can't miss it honestly) and catch the ferry for just 5 Baht, *then* from there you can take a taxi or tuk-tuk to the Emblematic areas, it shouldn't cost you more than 30/40 Baht.

In this Vlog: I visit the Lily pads that are adjacent to the Ayutthaya Historic Center (essentially, where all the statues are located). I was on my way back and I saw the water bodies and thought it was a beautiful area and worth documenting. Also there was a footpath all around here so it was a good way to stretch my legs before I said "good bye" to this wonderful place

While I take a little stroll and share my thoughts, can you believe it? I meet my Old Tuk-tuk buddy! He is the one who drove me here, now the question is... will he drive me back for the same price?

How to get to Ayutthaya?: I came to Ayutthaya by regular Regional Train. First, you have to go to "Hua-Lampong" (there is a MRT station with that same name, it will drop you off merely footsteps away from the train station).
Second is obviously to buy your ticket at the counter(s) in the main lobby: I did in fact, travel in third class (ticket is just 20B) there is no guarantee of you getting a seat, fortunately for me I DID. Also there is no A/C, but there are plenty of windows and everybody opens them up, so at the end of the day it is totally acceptable. Also there are many fans throughout the train ceiling. The train takes about 1 Hour and half approximately. You will know when you are there because in the ticket it tells you the approximate arrival time. One more thing! when you arrive at the Train station in Ayutthaya, immediately go towards the river (you can ask train security and they will point you in the general direction, you can't miss it honestly) and catch the ferry for just 5 Baht, *then* from there you can take a taxi or tuk-tuk to the Emblematic areas, it shouldn't cost you more than 30/40 Baht.

Yes! I found the lady that makes the Sweet Sticky Rice w/ a layer of custard wrapped in small banana-leaf packets.

I then try it out and give you my assessment of this dessert. It is quite good, similar to the Khao Lam that I had when I went to Khlao Lat Mayom Market (The other very popular and very worth visiting Weekend market in Bangkok).

How to get here?: Take the "MRT" (Subway) to the NEXT station right after "Chatuchak Park", Or Tor Kor Market is right next to Chatuchak Weekend Market, literally 2 minutes away by foot. You can't miss it.

Enjoy
If you like these videos don't forget to comment and subscribe, more to come.

After having a compendium of meals, all totally different, I decided that it would be a good idea to walk a little bit around the city. So I just jumped into a MRT and rode it until the "Silom" Station, which leaves you (depending on the exit you take) right at the entrance of Lumphini Park. It was night-time and Lumphini Park closes at night-time. So I just kept walking randomly, I believe the idea was to go to "Central World" shopping mall (which also closes at 10 pm) a really nice and vast complex. The thing is that I'm positive you're not allowed (at least on paper) to record in there, you need to discover that place by yourself, as I said, it is really nice and I'm not a shopper kind of person.

But just to show how much I am not a shopper kind of person, I walked into a 7/11 LOL! No, really, I just went in there for a bottle of water. I mean, 7/11's in Thailand are kinda cool and really convenient (also if you want to pay with Card) but that was my main purpose. I DO give them praise because they provide a nice space for recharging your batteries and are always moderately clean and have helpful staff. By the way, there are different tiers of 7/11 within Bangkok, there are really small and simple ones, and then there's the more "refined" ones (with the black-and-silver logo) where you can make yourself, and comfortably eat a cup of noodles, drink a Slurpee or eat a Japanese Sandwich.

This is Part 1, here I arrive after a short walk - The guy who works here is really nice, I was here a couple of nights ago and it was really late, so he hadn't the star-item of the menu. But nevertheless, I did say to myself that I would be going back there, so I did. Take into account that this is after eating two full-meals before arriving here, so maybe I was a little bit more critical with the food than I usually would be. The place opened not long after I arrived, so the place was empty at that point.

What I ordered:
- Noodles with braised pork
- Traditional Won-tons with Soy sauce, the star-item of the menu
The meal cost me 120 Baht.

How do I get here?: Copy & paste this into your navigator, for example: หยวน หมี่ ปัง เปา สาขาประตูผี
Or also you can get there via MRT/Subway: the closest Station is called "Sam Yot", when you exit the station just turn left, and just walk straight about 5 minutes, it is just before a place called "Chinese Steamed Buns" and a Shawarma street-food stall.

This is Part 2 Here I eat the noodles with braised pork - That meat had a strong flavor, not my favorite, but then again, pork isn't my favorite as a whole. Not bad, though! After seasoning it, it gained some flavor. Also, I had some Won-tons in a separate bowl, with soy sauce in the bottom I believe. Really soft, and they were good, too.

What I ordered:
- Noodles with braised pork
- Traditional Won-tons with Soy sauce, the star-item of the menu
The meal cost me 120 Baht.

How do I get here?: Copy & paste this into your navigator, for example: หยวน หมี่ ปัง เปา สาขาประตูผี
Or also you can get there via MRT/Subway: the closest Station is called "Sam Yot", when you exit the station just turn left, and just walk straight about 5 minutes, it is just before a place called "Chinese Steamed Buns" and a Shawarma street-food stall.

Since this place is very near to the University in the Banglamphu area. One could say that this is what students eat, "Student Fuel" if you will, "Gra prao gai kai dao" is how they call it.

It is essentially a plate with a bowl-shaped mound of rice, a nice, fried egg and some sauteed chicken with herbs. Sooo good!, it is hard to express just how good this tasted despite the simplicity of the dish, I mean you have the Umami from the chicken and the egg, and some chilies that you add on top, plus the rice and the juice that forms from frying that delicious food in a wok. Yum!

I also ordered, spontaneously, a nice papaya salad.

Last, but not least: Check those views, I arrived in the perfect moment, not just because they were about to close (as you can hear in the video) but that sunset and those sunset colors are just spectacular, perfect pairing for the food!

Here's what I ordered:
- Gra prao gai kai dao
- Papaya salad w/ crab
The price was 120 Baht.

How to get here?: Copy & paste this into you navigator หลุยส์ ท่าพระจันทร์ (Ran Liong Lui)
Address: Phra Chan Klang, Phra Borom Maha Ratchawang, Phra Nakhon, Bangkok 10200
It is close to the Boat station where you can cross to Wang Lang Market.

Buah! this was without a doubt one of the best dishes that I had during my whole trip in Thailand, no joke.
"Kuay Teow Neau Nai Soi" is the name of the place

A nice beef stock with some braised beef meat, really really tender and with a little bit of fat, then some thin rice noodles in the bottom of the bowl, some celery (including some stalks) and parsley, and some fresh crunchy sprouts on top, Too good! Sometimes, they would add some toasted garlic. Honestly, not just the food but also the place, staff, and hygiene were TOP!

I actually came to this place about 5-6 more times AFTER this one (this was my first visit), in many occasions having TWO bowls of that same soup back to back, that is how good this stuff was. What made it even better, if you can believe that, is the spices and condiments that they would offer you, a nice green concoction of secret herbs and vegetables, finely mixed with some vinegar I believe, that sour stuff would cut right through all that flavor, creating an incredibly unique & un-matchable contrast in flavors, but wait, it gets EVEN better. Dried chili-flake, soo good! then some fish sauce that provides a salty umami to the whole thing, it wasn't really "necessary" but since it was there you had to put some in it. And last, but not least: some nice white pepper. You know, white pepper and black pepper are worlds apart. That white pepper would be an incredible last touch that you can give to your bowl of soup and fits really really well with the whole beef theme. Guys, if you are in Bangkok, or in Thailand for that matter, you have got to try this! You will not regret it.

Kuay teow neua buay pisayt (I always ordered the big portion)
The price is 120 Baht.

How to get here?:
Kuay Teow Neau Nai Soi (ก๋วยเตี๋ยวเนื้อนายโส่ย)
It is walking distance from Khaosan Road, basically on the opposite side of the Chao Praya Express River Boat.

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Just remember "If I CAN (travel, make videos), then YOU can do it, too".

AMATEUR TRAVELER, EATER AND VLOGGER. Currently on the "Migrationology Tour". I'll be posting food-related videos, mostly, and some random vlogs of my trips around the world.

My setup: Hand-luggage, GoPro 3+ Black, and basic smartphone both with a tripod! I also carry an old photo-camera for snapping pictures, which I almost never use. My videos are being uploaded raw at the moment; no cuts, or editing of any kind.

How I create content: I visit cities and places (and restaurants) that I have seen other food-vloggers make videos about, mainly Mark Wiens (Migrationology.com) but not only. I guess I'm doing it in reverse order (i.e The last places that vloggers have visited will be the oldest videos of my channel).

If you do enjoy my adventures, feel free to SUBSCRIBE! As time goes on my videos will become better...
For reference, here are some people whose content I really enjoy, and have influenced me/inspired me to make my own videos:

- bald & bankrupt
- Harald Baldr
- Mark Wiens (AKA Migrationology)
- Paul Joseph Watson (AKA PrisonPlanet)
- Tarl Warwick (AKA Styxhexenhammer666)
- Trevor James (AKA TheFoodRanger)
- Mikey Chen (AKA StrictlyDumpling)
I am also an avid watcher of the Jockopodcast and PowerfulJRE podcast, among others.

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In addition: The category of this channel is set as "DIY & Gardening" because in the long term, that is the content I see myself more aligned to.