The next morning, we called Adam and he took us to a local market to purchase the rice. When we walked up to the stand, the lady asked us how much rice we'd like to buy, and Adam was able to translate for us once again. The look on her face when he told her we would like to buy $600 worth of rice was priceless. She looked just as shocked as we did, when we saw how much money we raised in less than 24 hours. Because we wanted to indivually bag the rice, which we insisted on helping with, we followed the woman back to her house to start the bagging process. When we got there, her entire family and our team got to work. After about an hour, we successfully bagged 100, 10 kilogram bags of rice and loaded them into three separate tuk tuks. We arrived to Chong Kneas Floating Village, and were immediately greeted by the smiling faces, once again. Adam spoke with the leader of Village to inform him of our plan, and he helped us delegate the bags to each house. We felt a mix of emotions on this day; equally overwhelmed and excited, humble, slightly nervous, but most of all we felt an immense sense of gratitude. The act of giving almost has an addictive element, which has pushed us to continue.