You need to look at the positive side of all this negative feeling around the poor management of how Thailand is dealing with the virus spread. Chanya has chosen to close the salon for the next 2 weeks because you just don’t know who might be a carrier and it is not easy to get a vaccine even if you are Thai. We’ll just press on with all the little things that need to be done around the house to make it our dream home. As I’m writing this description, I can hear the rain outside again which is a good thing given that we’ve just planted 16 new shrubs in our garden! Always look for the positives in life and the negatives will soon disappear.
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It's that time when we need to do a supply run and our usual street markets are closed. We're off to the Big-C!
It says "electric lawnmower" on the box, but it feels more like a vacuum cleaner! Hahaha!
Our quest for food never stops and Chanya finds an eatery that makes giant burgers!