was to buy some fertiliser for the plants,
a hibiscus, these have been making a good show but a couple have stopped flowering,
then it was midday, so glad rags on and we were off,
with Mr. Tony in his new truck,
for Sunday lunch at the Pig & Whistle which is near the golden statue on the way to Jomtien from Pattaya,
spring rolls for Diana,
chicken liver pate for Mr. Tony,
and a prawn cocktail for myself,
for our main courses Diana decided on a Thai dish,
from all of us,
a touch of lime,
some sauce and we are all set to go,
dessert next apple pie for Mr. Tony, blueberry for myself,
and a banana split for Diana,
then eyes down tuck in!
Diana is all smiles,
she just loves ice cream,
do not get in the way of Diana and her dessert,
it was delicious!
the restaurant was busy when we arrived, but we take our time when we are out for a meal, so by the time we had finished we were the last to leave,
a different type of light fitting,
so meal over, into the truck,
and make our way back to 388, to put our feet up, have a coffee and watch a few DVDs,
we started with The Adventures of Tintin in 3D, there were not many pop out of the screen moments, but it did look good, the search is on for the Unicorn, a ship lost for 300 years, Tintin, Snowy and Captain Haddock embark on a quest to find the wreck,
keeping to comedy Al Murry, The Pub Landlord, brings his 2009 Beautiful British Tour to London's O2, funny through out, but here is a tip, if you go to watch the show live avoid the front few rows like the plague, after you watch the DVD you will know why!
I remember Victor Borge from many years ago, in this DVD Victor Borge in Concert and Encore he was still as funny and captivating as ever, he is a matercraftsman at the piano and mixes comedy and serious playing at the same time, wonderful to see him again,
keeping to a comedy theme we watch the last two characters that Mr. Tony had not seen from the suitcase of Jeff Dunham in his Spark of Insanity DVD, namely Peanut and Jose, the jalapeno on a stick, this DVD is so funny, well it was for us,
the price of some BluRay DVDs seems to be coming down in price, this triple pack now just over £5.00 less than £2 a movie, we watched Total Recall, Douglas Quaid is haunted by a recurring dream about a journey to Mars, it almost seems like he has been there before, perhaps he has? as usual lots of shooting but the good guys win in the end, by now it was past midnight so it was time to say goodbye to Mr. Tony, another great day was had by all,
we then settled down to watch ELO,
I chose the Zoom Tour Live as it featured all of their old hits, the band was note perfect, I hate watching a live concert when having listen to a recording the band plays badly, that is one complaint you can not make against ELO, they were brilliant, also worthy of note is that with the one exception of Roll Over Beethoven Jeff Lynne wrote and produced all of the tracks, we listen to them all, with that we were off to bed.