Back when I was on my journey from KL to London, I had to rely on backpacker’s hostels and budget hotels to put up my nights. There’s a lot of ugly behind the glamour of completing a 18,000km ride through 16 countries. Everyday was a new worry about where I would be sleeping the night, whether I’ll get the comfort of a warm shower. I didn’t know about warmshowers.org and
7 years ago, I had the opportunity to listen Jim Rohn speak in a convention hall with over 20,000 other audiences. Singapore was amazing enough as it is, but to have so many people including Jim Rohn there in one place was even more eye-opening. As the words rolled off his lips, the mic would reverberate it back to the 20,000 pairs of ears. It was hard to focus, you would imagine.
Location: Hua Thanon Beach After leaving Sichon around 5am in the morning, I saw a signboard to another beach and the junction took me on 30km of detoured cycling to reach Hua Thanon beach – one of the least developed parts of Koh Samui. It seems the less developed a place is, the more you see of its natural state. Beautiful in its own untainted way. It was
A century ride is a bicycle ride of more than 160.9km in the span of 6 hours. Now, there’s a reason it’s called a century ride and that’s because it originated from western countries where 160.9km was in fact, exactly 100miles. Last Sunday was 2015’s Melaka Century Ride and because I had already registered myself way before, I didn’t even think twice about doing it amidst the hazy conditions. I
I first started joining full triathlons in 2014 with zero experience with swimming and running events. It’s still relatively easy to do those sports because I train constantly – my body is accustomed to insufferable conditions. But what really makes me drawn to triathlons is that you get to meet people from all walks of life and more often than not, they’re experts at what they do. I suppose athletes