On May 5, 2014 while working on my computer, the desk and chair started to shake. I felt this a few years ago when there was a 3.2 earthquake so i knew what it was. After a short pause I heard a rumble and everything in the house began to shake and rattle. I made [...]
I spent four days with a crew from Destination Thailand TV and my friend David Unkovich filming two videos for their TV show and websites. We traveled to Khun Sa’s former camp and skirted the Myanmar borders. If you have about 16 minutes to spare, please have a look.
Here is a map showing Past Events and Upcoming Events (when available), including links and photos.
I was challenged to find this remote stupa, so I couldn’t refuse. It turned into one of my more enjoyable undertakings…….
There is a legend of a fighting monk (called “The Tiger Monk”) who lives in the Monastery of the Golden Horse. This monk allegedly gave up a successful boxing career, some 16 years ago, and took up the calling of the monkhood to start this remote temple. He fought and held off Khun Sa and his men until they relented and supported his teachings. He trains young orphans, Nens, in boxing and horseback riding. After hearing this tale I had to find the temple……
This is the story of how I met David Unkovich, the Golden Triangle Rider. It also tells the story of my first outing with true “Round the World” travellers, the story of the “Red Haired Singer” and breaking new ground on the Burmese border.