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Travel Blogs from Kalasin
... actually be able to watch the football matches from time to time instead of just listening to the Thai commentary and just imagining what is happening most of the time ! Who knows we may even be able to pick up a couple of channels in English although that is probably stretching my expectations a bit - a lot !
We phone Septic Sam on our way back to the village and he promises to call later. In fact he arrives ...
... good once over.
We leave on foot and Jai starts chatting to everyone we pass and it is goinf to take ages to get back to the house so I leave her to it. I take a detour to go and say hello to George who is not a happy bunny - so no change from last year.
I walk back to the house and find Jai has made it back already and so has the bike. Work complete for about 19GBP.
We try to get in touch with Septic Sam but discover the ...
The weather is dreadful but apart from a brief hold up due to a small accident we make good time arriving half way, at Khorat, about 23:30. Off again by midnight and actually manage to sleep until we are pulling into the bus station at Roi Et at 3:30.
Arrive in Phon Thong about 4:00 then a quick stop at the 7/11 for bread and milk, and a slow tuk-tuk ride through the dark along what looks like having become dreadful roads ...
... grass strimmer to brother Pad who will need it when it is time to plant the rice.
We stop at our taxi drivers place on the way back to make sure he has not forgotten. He is cutting sugar most of the time at the moment but will be taking a daz off tomorrow.
Last job todaz now that things have cooled down a bit is to fix up some pipes to take the rain from the roof into the back ...
... next to me preparing something in a bowl and I can hear strange noises coming from a bag next to her. She is de-winging etc what can only be described as cockroaches. A bit of a delicacy around here that they have no worries about me stealing !
Visit village shop for a few more stone blocks and some empty boxes for us to pack stuff away in.
Make my weekly phone call to mum - only one more ...