My Last Week Filming in Thailand was Unbelievable

There’s just no other way to say it. This past week has been an absolute blast. I took a motorcycle trip through paradise beaches in Khanom, Koh Samui, Koh Phangan and even a long highway adventure.

While in the isles, I was sponsored (read: happily forced) to be strapped down to a water powered jet pack and flown around the ocean for a half-hour. That was just a smidge of fun.

I then made my way up to Chonburi Province where I was sponsored to jump 13,000 feet out of an airplane. Again, and this might be becoming a bit redundant by now, UNBELIEVABLE.

Check out the sneak preview at my last week of filming for Travel Geek: Documentary Thailand.

If I was able to get this much action in just the last few days of my film, imagine what the full doc is going to be like! (Hint: It’s gonna rock multitudinous socks off)


There’s Only One Certified Skydiving Location in Asia… And I Did Mine for Free

Yep. That’s correct. Free. Well, sorta.

In exchange for making Thai Sky Adventures a sweet video, and including them in my upcoming documentary, I got to take the plunge on the house. It’s called a sponsored event, and they drive the bulk of my event filming these days. It’s pretty awesome to have this job — especially when I know damned well that I could just as soon be stuck in an office shuffling papers and counting the minutes until Friday at 5pm!

In any case, I can’t say enough good stuff about Thai Sky Adventures. They are not only professional (for a bunch of adrenaline junkies), but they’re also nice. And I’m not just saying that because they offered me the opportunity to roll out of their $650,000 single engine Cessna. I’m saying that because even when the boss wasn’t around and the cameras weren’t rolling, they were still very engaged and excited to have me there.

Anyway, I just thought that I’d make a special blog just for the guys at Thai Sky Adventures. I hope that I can do it again someday!

Travel Geek: Documentary Singapore, Parts One & Two

Thanks to diligence and hard work (or more like luck and having a blast), I have finally finished the next edition to the Travel Geek documentary series.

On the first day in Singapore, I walk all throughout the city and eat tasty dishes,  go skydiving in the world’s biggest indoor wind tunnel and coast above the city on the world’s tallest observation wheel, the Singapore Flyer.

Below, enjoy the introduction (Part One), and “Day One” of the trip that I took the last week of March (Part Two) below.