Browsing All posts tagged under »Bangkok«

Food as fuel

September 8, 2013

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This visit to my Kamalayan paradise couldn’t have come at a better time for me from a food as fuel point of view. Over a month into my plant-based journey and I continue to feel inspired and amazed at all that I’m learning and experiencing. I feel wonderful … full of vitality and energy … […]

My Kamalayan paradise

September 6, 2013

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Yesterday, I arrived in Koh Samui at the simply stunning Kamalaya. It is absolutely sublime and despite several months of wistful daydreaming about what to expect, even my over-active imagination fell short. It all started after an introduction to the place via my friend Andrea Oschetti. Andrea is a fellow runner, writer, North Face adventurer, food […]

Beauty & the ‘burgh

July 22, 2013

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One of my greatest joys in life is discovering a new city on foot. I’ve written about this often in the past from cities as far afield as Bangkok to Budapest, Singapore to Sydney, Lyon to Lijiang. Rising at the crack of dawn to discover crooks and explore crannies, watch day break and neighbourhoods come […]

City life beyond convention

July 4, 2011

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Even the most inquisitive of travellers are guilty of sometimes knowing a city better by its metro system than by the streets themselves; think London, Paris and New York. And for me, Bangkok. I’ve been in this city countless times but have either passed through fairly quickly or based myself in downtown backpackersville, Khao San […]