The woman that hosted the cooking school was very nice, but the experience felt rather rushed and it was slightly difficult to understand things given the language barrier. They were kind enough to pick us up from our hotel for free (and dropped us off after!). We took bicycles over to the local market and the chef explained some of the ingredients to us, but again, the language barrier made things difficult to understand. There were only 4 of us in the class so we got plenty of personal attention, but I didn't feel as though I learned much. Basically, I learned what goes into the foods and how to chop certain things. They also gave us the printed recipes after we were done, which was nice.
They have you cook 3 full dishes EACH, which is a ridiculous amount of food - luckily they pack it up for you to-go. The people were nice and the experience was fun, but I didn't feel like it was great nor did I learn much.
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