It had to happen eventually, and last week it was my turn for disaster to strike. We won't go into the fine details, but to cut a long story short, I lost my passport, credit and debit cards, my iPhone...
If you travel through or live in Thailand for any significant period of time, chances are that you have a local SIM card for your phone. One of the most popular networks is One-2-Call from AIS. They have great...
Following on from the recent post about the aftermath of the Bangkok protests, here are a few shots that show the positive side of the recent turmoil. From what I can see, the Thai people seem intent on getting...
Here is a photograph taken from the outside balcony at Breeze restaurant, located in on the 52nd floor of Bangkok's State Tower building. Not to forget the obligatory group photo...
I've just spent a few days in Bangkok, meeting up with some friends whilst waiting to fly down to Koh Samui. Whilst wondering around the city, I took a few shots of the damage caused as a result of...
Towards the end of October 2010, I will be heading over to South Africa to prepare for an epic land and scuba diving safari. The trip is being organised by a friend of mine who runs a dive school...
I'm currently training at Tiger Muay Thai and MMA, in Phuket, Thailand. I arrived here in early January and after my recent trip to Japan, I decided to come back to continue training for a while longer. My primary goal is to get fit and healthy, so what better place to do it?
Harejuku is most well known for it's "Harejuku Girls" who congretate on Sundays dressed in various wild fashions ranging from gothic lolita and cosplay to cyber-punk. We only visited Harejuku very briefly and unfortunately did not get to witness...
Shinjuku is a major commercial centre in Tokyo and is also home to the world's busiest train station. Shinjuku  also houses the Metropolitan Government Building - containing two public observation decks which provide stunning views of the Tokyo skyline. (Above) Tall buildings...
Akihabara is a gadget-shoppers paradise. Endless electronic and computer shops, interspersed with anime shops and the occasional adult DVD and toy store. (Above x2) A shoppers paradise. This store was massive and sold pretty much every electronic device you...
Sensō-ji or Sensoji (also known as Asakusa Kannon Temple) is an ancient buddhist temple located around the Asakusa area in Tokyo. It is not only Tokyo's oldest temple but also one of it's most important. Here are a few pictures to give...
Shibuya is one of Tokyo's main business, shopping and nightlife areas. It is also home to one of the busiest stations in Tokyo and is famous for its pedestrian crossing - one of the busiest in the world. (Above) Giant...
In the 5 short days we have  spent in Tokyo, we've seen a lot of crazy things but I still feel that we have not even scratched the surface of this amazing city. This is the first of a...
The Japanese Adventures Begin After a 4am start, a 6.30am boarding, very little sleep, a 5 hour flight and then several hours navigating the Tokyo Rail and Metro system, we finally arrived at K's House Tokyo. This is a nice,...

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