Sure beats the Canadian winters..Alright, so it’s obviously been a while since my last entry. I haven’t been making updates simply because I haven’t had anything even remotely exciting to write about. I’ve been back in Canada, bored and just working on a few other internet based projects. After spending so much time in Thailand, and getting used to the laid back, stress free lifestyle, I’ve never been more motivated to make this internet marketing thing happen so I have the option to just hang out and train in Thailand for as long as I want.

And speaking of training, I haven’t been doing any boxing since I’ve been back. It’s not the same here and I have no desire to drive all the way across the city to do group class where other students will be the ones holding the pads for me. I figure I might as well just save the money that I’d be paying in membership costs and just put that towards my next trip to Thailand. So instead, I’ve just been doing my regular strength and conditioning workouts.

Today was a good day though. I finally booked my next flight back and I’ll be departing back to the land of smiles in just 3 weeks. I got my usual routing which is Ottawa / Chicago / Tokyo / Bangkok, but what’s nice is that this time I have one of my buddies joining me. Since I’ve been back in Canada, I’ve been talking about Thailand non stop so some of my friends have finally decided to book tickets and see what all the hype is about.

Some are into MMA and going for the Muay Thai training and of course, some don’t train at all and are just going to chill and party. I have a feeling that they’ll end up getting hooked like me either way though. This time around – which will be my third trip back in 3 years – I plan on doing everything that I haven’t done yet. I’ll still be hitting the usual spots (Phuket, Bangkok, Pattaya), but this time I’ll be heading up to Chiang Mai and down to Koh Samui. I also plan to finally visit the Por Pramuk camp and train alongside Buakaw at some point as well.

So, I got my ticket and I’m just counting down the days now (20 days exactly!). Follow along once again and I’ll do my best to make updates at least a few times a week. Also, if you yourself or someone you know is planning on going to another country to train, then have a look at this page. Basically, we’re looking to get a few training journals going at once so there will be something new to read for our visitors each time they visit.

Anyway, if you have any requests, any specific camps you want me to visit, then just list them below and I’ll see what I can do. As usual, if you have any questions about training in Thailand, just hit me up via the “contact” tab above. Next entry will be from Thailand!!!

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4 COMMENTS

  1. Coming back again! Good for you.

    Drop me a lne when you come to Pattaya and maybe we can grab a beer, or orange juice.

  2. Alright! Back to the blog entries! Love these, gives me something to imagine while I am stuck behind my desk all day

  3. If your not already talking about me.. you better make that 2 buddies that are coming with ya to thailand… sooo excited.

  4. That’s awesome, I love reading your blogs. They’ve actually inspired me, with zero experience in muay thai (i’m a grappler) to go to Thailand next year with my girlfriend for however many months I can afford.

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