The door fell off my bungalow but, David fixed it. The morning course was rather difficult with spinal twists and hip movements. All of the hip work is pretty intense. When we were working on the QL someone missed and pushed down hard on my floating rib that had been broken several years back – I cried after that and promised a swap back that probably won’t happen but, that’s ok.
Mali worked with me in the afternoon and we were playing around in Gecko pose. I have not yet worked with the same person twice in massage. There are about 30 people in the class so its possible to work with everyone a couple of times.
All of the meals were delicious again. The kitchen is a giant bungalow open air. I have no idea how they make the food so awesome. There are two refrigerators and they store all our drinking water in barrels under the kitchen.
The locals take the laundry into town two days a week but it takes too long to come back and I didn’t bring enough to use the service so I am still washing in the river.
I have started to read the manual for the circus and its very entertaining so far.
Today the german phrase was : What is for breakfast = Vas kip ist sum fru schtuck. (probably not spelled correctly). OISHI is the Japanese word of the day.
Fire spinning is definitely happening tomorrow. I worked it out with David and it will be at 7pm. It is the same day as the sauna and I’m excited to do that again. David and I talked about the logistics of how to set it up and it will come together quite nicely.
Whatever was bothering me after lunch (broken rib irritation) has passed but the feeling o being on a boat remains.
Chatted at length with Marty tonight.
David is the general handy man at the circus. He is usually walking around through the circus with a hatchet in hand and a bounce in his step. When I first arrived he was working on the constructing a drain pipe for the sauna. He is the go to guy for fixing things at the land. I should note also that he is always wearing the baggy Thai style pants and is allergic to shoes.