Saturday, January 12, 2008


No wonder international business men are f-ed' up and loud on their cell phones all the time. Free booze on layovers and a beer machine that hooks you up with the perfect "head". I talked to other wide eyed american business men that were grinning ear to ear as they grabbed their second, or third frosty mug at 10am. that morning. We contemplated and rejoiced over Japanese technology.

Thursday, January 03, 2008

Off season finally! I find myself in Khao Lak Thailand, one of the worst hit spots in the 2004 Tsunami. It is a paradise. Cheap everything! Motorscooters, Scandinavian Blonds in Bikinis, Thai Boxing, Thai beer, Thai Stik, Thai Food, Thai Massage. If we could only hold our anual training camp here.

Footage from Nonthong Beach in Khao Lak. You'd never know it happened as tourism was peaking again while we were there in high season.

The beach is covered with memorials of the westeners who perished here on the morning of Dec 26, 2004. Mostly swedes. The locals say the wall of water was near 30 feet, one of the worst in the disaster.

Did some snorkling off the Similan islands.

Kyaking in the jungle

Nanthong Beach in Khao Lok

Ung diki dow

Tokyo tuna market, and some cool resturants in the city