September 22, 2006–March 12, 2009

I Jumped Through a Burning Ring of Fire

March 12, 2009
Ko Pha-ngan, Surat Thani, Thailand
and it burned, burned, burned…. If this is your first time here in a while, you might have noticed a few changes (don’t worry, it’s my first time back in a while, too). New layout, new photo pages feeding from flickr (why I didn’t set this up before, I don’t know)… Read more

Call Me Scuba Steve!

October 29, 2006 — Sa Wat Dema
And then there was one…I know I have been very delinguent in my blog posts, but I have much to talk about on this one and finally some time to do it, so get ready-So many things have been going on lately –my pal Ewen got married in Phuket, Jason is off in Japan, we slept through a bachelor party, we practiced our international relations with some young Isreali ladies… Read more

Go forth

October 25, 2006 — Tuk Tuk Reagan
Go forth Traveler Dema. Hold thight to that which binds us in youth; A desire to look behind the waterfall and discover your tomorrow. “Trust Thyself. Every heart vibrates to that iron string. . ” -R. W. Emerson Happy BDay Buddy!

Thai Witch Project

October 23, 2006
As we walked past the restaurant, it looked too familiar. We looked down and saw it: the same damn turtle. It was pushing five in the morning and we just wanted to get get back to our bungalow. It had been a long day of travel from Koh Pha-ngang to Kho Phi Phi (pronounced pee-pee. It never gets old). After two days of bucket drinking (a plastic bucket one flask of vodka or whiskey, one coke… Read more

Photo Update

October 23, 2006
Siem Reap, Cambodia
Ankor Wat: The beach at Koh Phi Phi Don: Maya Bay on Koh Phi Phi Leh (as seen in The Beach)

Full Moon Party

October 19, 2006 — Tuk Tuk Reagan
Full Moon Party: Hat Rin Beach, Ko Pha Ngan

Elephants Playing

October 19, 2006 — Tuk Tuk Reagan

Thai BBQ

October 19, 2006 — Tuk Tuk Reagan

Welcome to the Jungle!

October 16, 2006 — Sa Wat Dema
I am back in Bangkok and have successfully met up with Hanagi-Son, but less than 24 hours ago, I was barefoot in a village in the jungle. I have showered off the layers of mud, sweat, and blood, but I have come away with memories of what was literally one of the best nights of my life. By the way… Read more