I wrote about Eastern Plateau of Kinabalu route 5 years ago – Kotal Route and Bowen Route with very limited resources. Those days, I have to really to extensive research about these expedition route or unbeaten path of Kinabalu because they are really not as famous and as commercialize as The Summit Trail and Mesilau … Read more
Good news for those who missed the boat to register for Borneo International Marathon 2013 in May. As they have rescheduled the running date to 25th August, they are offering a limited number of entries till 30 June 2013 for all categories – Full Marathon, Half Marathon and 10km. I received their email last night. … Read more
I received the email from race official last Sunday: My dear Friends, At last, the elections are over, the nation has settled down and we have finished with the Race Committee meeting on deciding the date of BIM 2013. We have met up with the authorities, permission has been granted and the stadium booked. The … Read more
I bought a pair of Skechers GOrun 2 running shoes in February, just after I decided to run in Borneo International Marathon this year. After few years of wearing Nike futsal shoes for running, I just felt that it’s about time for me to change to a proper running shoes for comfort and avoiding injuries. … Read more
I think I am going to participate in this year’s Mount Kinabalu Climbathon. It’s about time for me to realize one of my dream – to run the toughest mountain climb in South East Asia. When I first climb Mount Kinabalu in 2002, I fell in love with the mountain. After 10 years of ‘procrastinating’, … Read more
Some of you may have seen this picture somewhere on the net. I even have the photo in this blog sometime ago, without knowing the story of it at that time. Now that I have his story and the story of the photographer, I would like to share with you here. His name is Abbie … Read more
The annual “World’s Toughest Mountain Race” is back with a new route. This year, it will be held on 13th and 14th October 2012. When I checked on Mount Kinabalu Climbathon’s website, I noticed that they will be using a new route – in which they will not include Low’s Peak as one of their … Read more
I received an email from Meika, mastersdegree.net which includes this beautiful graphic of ocean exploration. Enjoy! Provided by: Mastersdegree.net
I received an email from one of our loyal readers, sharing with me some photos of Jesselton or Kota Kinabalu (now) circa 1960s. The photos are from Jabatan Penerangan Malaysia, but was sent by Mr Tony Catherall. Enjoy. Thanks Tony!
I just found out the Youtube footage on Ian Wright climbing Mount Kinabalu. I like this guy!