Tiger Cave Temple

Early morning with a few pointers from Yen and Tor we headed towards our destination Tiger Cave Temple or Wat Tham Sua. After about an hour drive and following a few boards along the road we ended up at a place we thought were our destination. Heading up into the cave, and about 50 of the … Read More

Railay, Thailand

Railay (Thai: อ่าวไร่เลย์) is located just east of Ao Nang and is considered by many tourists as one of the most beautiful beaches in Thailand.  Marius and myself took a long tail boat from Ao Namoa Pier for just B60(2USD) each and the trip took about 20 minutes. This was our first time on a long … Read More

The Olympics

It’s a warm summers day in Seattle as we were heading to the Olympic Mountains, armed with our camping gear and tent we left Kent and drove to the Ferry Pier to catch the ferry to Bainbridge Island. Arriving at the pier we just missed the ferry and had to wait for the next ferry to … Read More

The road to Salt Lake City

We headed out to Salt Lake City in Utah from Seattle, it is approximately 900 miles and the road takes you through Washington, Oregon, Idaho and into Utah. Seattle is an amazing city and its location between the Cascade Mountains and the Pacific Ocean create a rainforest environment. Our first stop on the way was at … Read More


Arriving at the Rocky Mountain Raceway in Salt Lake City one cannot notice the Nascars parked by the track and the rouring of the engines that fill the air. We immediately head to a large camper marked Rusty Wallace Racing Experience and Marius is welcomed by a sexy girl (So comically racing) that is charmed by … Read More

Seabeck on the Hood

Sipping a glass of red wine with great friends around the table our day ended while we watched the sunset over the Olympics and the Hood Canal in front of us. We had an early start to our day as we headed out to the small village of Seaback, for a day visit to our friends … Read More

Spooked in Seattle

In eager anticipation we await the start of our Spooked in Seattle tour. Joined by our dear friend Jim, and a small group of people we gather outside the Ye Olde Curiosity Shop on the Central Waterfront of Seattle. The weather is sunny with a chill breeze that rattle the old sign board outside the shop, … Read More

Washington Midsummer Renaissance Faire

Thundering rain clouds and wet grass greet the cold morning. At the crack of dawn, getting into the car I set the GPS to Apple maps, Marius highly upset insist that I use Google maps because the “Apple maps” according to him navigates like me. Our destination, Bonney Lake which is situated in Pierce county. A … Read More

The Pacific West Coast

From a warm and sunny Seattle we arrived in a misty and cold Long Beach, for those of you that don’t know Long Beach is the longest beach in the world and is located in Washington State. Some places are just as amazing whether it is sunny or misty. The mist was so scary, it created … Read More

A land before time

“You think man can destroy the planet? What intoxicating vanity. Let me tell you about our planet. Earth is four-and-a-half-billion-years-old. There’s been life on it for nearly that long, 3.8 billion years. Bacteria first; later the first multicellular life, then the first complex creatures in the sea, on the land.” Jurassic Park by Michael Crichton. On … Read More

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