so we met up for lunch,
and went where else? the Punch & Judy,
much to Steve's delight there was plenty of HP sauce to go round,
'Cheers!', from both of us as we tuck into our 199 baht pint, burger and chips, whilst we were there the water purifier guy called at home to replace the broken piece of plastic on the top of the reservoir, so we now have purified water on tap,
if only things were going so well with my new watch, slowly but surely the minute and hour hand are going out of synchronization, so plan B, tonight go to the market and do not buy a cheap 199 baht watch, really push the boat out and buy a 299 baht one, I know I could take it back but after returning to the stall three previous times I think that I will try another,
in the afternoon/early evening we watched some more of Wild China, this time focusing on Tibet, fascinating country, beautifully photographed,
after our evening meal a si-fi, Virus, an alien life form has taken over a ship's computers and is churning out mechanical warriors, a salvage tug boat arrives on the scene, can the crew outwit the life form?
Midsomer Murders was our late night fare this evening, although we had watched these before we could not remember who killed who, yet again my prime suspect became one of the victims in Orchis Fatalis, DCI Barnaby and DS Scott find themselves investigating the murder of Madeline Villiers, a member of the Midsomer Malham Orchid Society, another society member is found hanged, they also find out that collecting orchids is as addictive as drugs and there is no shortage of possible suspects as a result, Bantling Boy is the name of a horse owned by a syndicate of four people, the trainer of thoroughbred Bantling Boy is battered to death, the other members of the syndicate come under suspicion, but the killing continues - then Bantling Boy falls ill, with that it was for us off to bed.