Saturday, January 30, 2010

JUICIN' HARD IN THAILAND

Miles and I have been gettin' jiggy recently juicin' PRETTY hard!
(Calum don drink juice... it's too weird for him).





Monday, January 25, 2010

PICS

Miles recently purchased this sweet 'Dry Tube', which has been keeping our goods dry
The destitute gathering muck. I gave them some of our jelly
Miles picked up a pair of death metal sandals seen here
This is what we do roughly 95% of the time. Some might think we're wasting a good trip not seeing the country... but come-on we're living like rich american kings!
Calum recovering from his happy ending massage.
(He really didn't want Christine to find out, but i just don't feel comfortable misrepresenting reality on this blog)
We're on our way to play some tennis
Where they process the muck into... ?
It actually snowed a lil' bit!
It rained for a week straight. We were trapped inside our cozy bungalow, one thing led to the next, and with cabin fever running high some crazy things went down between us boys!
This guy is playing cards. Obviously
Just another dirty river
Preparing to brave the street
Miles' hair is getting a bit dready.

The sun sets here

Saturday, January 23, 2010

Calum!!!

As you would probably guess, Miles and I travel on a budget and kind of rough it. I don't know where to start describing Calum's equivalent ideals... this picture should do it justice enough.

Background story: We decided to rent bikes for a fun day of site seeing. Calum quickly realized that it only cost $3 more to rent this guy for basically a whole day. He'll never change!

Friday, January 15, 2010

Ma Boy Calum be joined us


So Calum has finally joined the group in South East Asia, and man, if we thought it sucked to have John here, it REALLY sucks having Calum here! I mean sure its good for all of us to take a step outside our comfort zone now and again, but this guy's box is just way way too small, and for him, becoming a traveler in SE Asia is like becoming a damn astronaut. He's constantly complaining about everything, how weird the food is, how he can't eat it in the dirty restaurant, how he can't sleep cause all dem bugs, blah blah, and on and on. I mean he even complains about crossing the street!


On another note, Miles and I can now read each-other's minds. Yeah, seriously. The other day I was thinking about how I'll have the same phone number when I get home, and Miles was like, "yeah, it WILL be nice keeping the same phone number when you get home. Needless to say Miles and I reached a new stage in our relationship... lets just say things are getting SERIOUS.