and only had one person in front of us,
two injections and one treatment with a nebuliser, and we were on our way home, she is so much happier and lively,
after dropping her off and picking up Diana we were off to Friendship, Mariana is still a bit picky about her food, so we bought a couple of tins of gourmet cat food, we will try her with them later,
after dropping our shopping off we were out again, to the Sabai Resort,
it is situated on Second Road almost opposite Siam@Siam,
as we entered the lobby there in the distance sat,
Doc, Sunda and Mahendra, with a most welcome gift, tea bags! we chatted till 3.30 then made a move to the market,
as we parked we could see the pineapples in the distance we would be buying later,
the flower seller taking a meal break,
they go round and round,
in the first and second fish barby,
two of the vendors waiting for their next customer,
fresh prawns, I can just imagine them on the barby, yummy!
decision time, which one for Mariana?
as we walked around I took a few pictures of some of the produce on offer,
in the sunlight,
some potatoes and tomatoes for us,
a look along one of the aisles,
and a help yourself stall,
we arrived back at the pineapple stall, Diana bought 3 for 50 baht to snack on over the next few days,
after our evening meal, a film I had not watched in years, and even then I had only seen a part of it, it was a foreign import titled Siete Dias De Mayo, or 7 Days In May, the DVD has a English soundtrack and subtitles, but if you do buy a copy make sure yours also does, set in the paranoia of the cold war in the 1960s, U.S. President Jordan Lyman (Fredric March) hopes to bring an end to the Cold War by signing a nuclear disarmament treaty with the Soviets, much to the displeasure of the hawkish General James Scott (Burt Lancaster), Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, when Scott's aide, Martin "Jiggs" Casey (Kirk Douglas) stumbles on shattering evidence that the General is plotting a coup to overthrow Lyman in seven days, "Jiggs" alerts the President, setting off a dangerous race to thwart the takeover, it is for me a stunningly good film especially as at the time it was released (1964), I was 14 years old, with the Cuban missile crisis just 2 years behind us, a thoroughly recommended film if you are familiar with the time and paranoia of the period,
another 'oldie' followed, Enemy of the State, basically a lawyer has the key to a murder, a rouge member of the government wants him silenced, and uses all of the governments surveillance to track and silence him, the surveillance shown in the movie from satellites in space could never happen, or could it? a couple from 3rd Rock From The Sun and we were then off to bed.