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Travel Blogs from Kalasin
... as we are alredy well laden we do only the absolute necessary shopping; bread, milk, fried chicken and bananas.
Just carrying the bags into the house when George arrives. He was jus passing on his way to John's for Sunday morning beer when he spotted our bike next to the house. I decline the offer to accompany him needing fod and sleep a lot more than I need beer and conversation.
Jai clears up a bit whilst I unpack then we get something to eat before I strecth ...
... an hour since last Saturday.
We make a quick trip to the village market this evening for a couple of things then I water the garden before calling it a day.
See an advert on TV that they are showing Man City v Man Utd tomorrow night at 20:00 so that will be something to watch - if they actually show the game ...
... to stay.
I plant carrots and beetroot in the garden and less than 20mins later they are all under water as the rain returns. The rain continues for another couple of hours and there should be enough water in the fields now to see the rice through to its harvest next month.
When Jai cooks tonight she does a little extra so that we have a few things to take with us tomorrow.
... Probably not a good idea in the mid-afternoon sub and after a couple of beers but I do a bit of pottering in the garden and erect the second washing line with the bamboo from the farm.
I bike to the farm about 15:30 and am just in time to help move the pump across the farm to start draining our pond. I come back to Khamnadie for some petrol, ice and rice for Pad, then Jai and myself leave him to it as he says he is sleeping here again tonight.
... is hard to believe that the enormous pile that was here after I cut down all the bamboo the other year has been used.
Pad doesnt turn up after lunch so we guess that he couldnt get the pump today at all.
When we put plants into the garden we always cover them for a few days to ease them into the hot sun. Oncovering the peppers this evening shows them all to be doing well.