Kelly was up after a good night’s sleep, it’s good to know her illness was nothing too serious. We started our work and the students carried on with their objects. Stefanie went to the market again and purchased ethanol and CDs; these were needed to the packets we were making for the volunteers with photos and supplies. Kelly made up solutions for everyone to take examples away with them. We are starting to communicate and get to know the students better and we can now have a bit of a laugh. This afternoon finished with a demonstration of a traditional Turkmen dance, performed for us by the Students. It was very energetic routine, that had a bit of a fitting stance to it. Stefanie very kindly represented us foreigners with an impromptu jig in return (filming of this even was not permitted, but it was very entertaining).