I sat on the front set with Marian and the driver. We passed a rice field where one native was playing a guitar for the benefit of the workers. This seems to be quite customary.
We stopped for lunch at a swimming hole which was reached through a forest which interested David so much that I had to make five time exposures of the Depterocarpus tree. The swimming hole was a spot lately discovered by Tamesis at the junction of two large brooks. It was a very beautiful spot.
The Giant Aroid, almost on the beach of the eastern coast was almost beyond belief in the size of the leaves and blossoms. One blossom had two frogs in it, and there was room for many more.
I told Marian something about my experiences at the Bay View with Ted. She told me not to tell David about it as he would not think it was funny.
On returning we were landed at the Forestry Club House where a party was going on. We were tired and not very anxious to appear at it, but it was the only thing to do. We had dinner at the Currans later.