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Today I reached Cambridge, the birthplace of His Majesty. I visited the square named after the King and Mt.Auburn hospital. I actually was so, so lucky to meet a lovely lady who gave me the once in a life time chance to visit the very room where the King was born. It is in the old part of the hospital on the second floor, with big windows facing on to the street. It felt amazing to stand there and is the best part of the ride. The record paled in to insignificance and I am not too worried about whether I beat it or not. What happened today was only made possible because of the support from Rawin my friend and from Boonrawd(Singha). I am sad to have missed the chance to meet some nice Thai people and members of the Kings birthplace preservation society here in Boston. It seems like the right time to also thank all the other sponsors and people out there who have helped us get this far.

The strange thing is that today we reached the halfway point of 14,500 km on day 51. I also found out that Rawin has made it possible for Noi, Simon and May to support me through Brasil. This has really lifted my spirits. Sophie, my daughter is the first one to commit to support me in Europe, with Daniel my son, close behind. but I am still looking for a volunteer driver(s).

So, I will try to reach the Canadian border tomorrow but not sure I have the legs.

Many thanks everyone.


Remarks 19 Comments » Topic Uncategorized | 29 May 2010

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  • Dear K.Alan

    Really thank you that you do for Thai people and our King.

    From my heart

  • WoW must be amazing experience for you. Unreal. Alan you have the legs and the winds at your back. Ride strong

  • you are the best…Good luck to you. We all support you. see you in Thailand..GO..GO..GO

  • I cheer you .Good luck to you

  • “Keep going” Alan.

  • you are my hero.Have a nice time my best friend.

  • Just became to know about your great run for our King. What you have been doing, make all thais stunning.
    Safe ride, mate. See you back soon to our country, THAILAND.

  • Go Go alan

  • A great Thai people.

  • want you to know that we in the name of THAI PEOPLE want to give a great support to you for doing this for the most BELOVED of all Thai people our GREAT GREAT BELOVED KING thank you from our deepest heart!!

    GO GO ALAN!!!!

  • We all Thai people are very happy to have foreigners in your love for the Father of Thai people nationwide. I believe that there are many Thai people still waiting to inspire and waiting on your return, whether you do or not Sam Reece. But what I and many other Thai people want you to know is. We Thai people will remember you as you are Thai. We will cheer you intend to do the fight against

  • You rock!

  • Everythings you have done cry me out like a baby. I am full with joy and wish you all the best, mate. I hopefully see you around someday whether in Thailand, or in Liverpool. Thank you very much for what you have done for our beloved King and our country.

  • Thank you for all the messages Alan sent to us.We envy him for travelling to so many countries.In America he visited the birth place of H.M the King at Cqambridge( Boston ). Then he proceeded to New Hampshire( Switzerland of the US)and Canada. Later on he passed India and arrived Thailand safely. It was a great trip ! Thanks for showing Thailand’s flag to the world.

  • good work, Alan. I love seeing dreams come true!

  • I would like to say that this is such a powerful love, love with no take but purely giving. I am very proud of you. You are the king of Cycling that conquer the world.

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