The next morning I came to the decision that I had given the hut a go but it wasn't working out so I moved to the dorm which was so much better. That morning it was off to the peanut fields to weed. A few of us were weeding so it was really good fun. The mornings were still quite cool and it wasn't until around 11.30am that the sun got too hot to work At every meal I kept asking what food had come from the garden but there didn't seem to be much. Even when there was an abundance of something in the garden they still seemed to be buying it from the market. In the afternoon I did some more weeding and then Sengkao came so I asked him lots of questions about the school. He said that there was a curriculum but they had stopped following it due to there being no one to manage the school. It would be used again in September which seemed a long time away to me. He explained that he was also involved with another schooling centre which worked better so he would try to use the same system at Sae Lao. It seemed that Sengkao was trying to do too many things at once and none of them were getting enough attention. I thought that there would have been more interaction with the local community but there didn't seem to be much. Sengkao had said we would work on fixing the road for them and work with them to help introduce new farming practices. I think I found it difficult coming from a country where everything is so organised and structured to Laos where it isn't and it took some getting used to. That evening I taught fruit again to the class and then animals which was a big favourite of theirs. I also went through the sounds of the alphabet which they had obviously being practicing That night I headed into town to stay over so that I could set off early to visit another project Sengkeo had worked at previously.