My life so far!
Well where do I start…. I am monkey (Diana species see link http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diana_monkey) whom grew up in the jungles of Borneo. Unfortuantely my home was burnt down by farmers who wanted to use our land for cattle grazing. I was captured by cannibal hunters whom ate my mum and put me into a cuddly toy factory. I ended up on sale at Manchester Airport Duty Free shop and that is where Uncle P. found me. He trained me in the art of modern warfare and martial arts. He also introduce me to scuba diving, sailing and mountaineering. At the moment Uncle P. is training me to be a Close Protection Bodyguard and I hope to be working protecting the Royal Family.
Some photos of me….
Me in my Edinburgh home
Me in my Edinburgh home. I have been in Edinburgh for eight years now and it is cold for us monkies.
Trekking in the Scottish highlands
My interests are the outdoors, and I enjoy the Scottish highlands, but I do need to wrap up warm when I go out.
Chilling out in my home
Just a normal lad who enjoys a few drinks and porn!
Deploying on exercise
I am a training sargeant in the British Army. This is a photograph of me deploying on a training exercise in North Yorkshire.
On hoilday in Morocco in 2010
I enjoy travelling, having travelled to many countries. So far I have been to the UK, France, Spain, Cyprus, Egypt, Morocco, Nepal and Thailand. I am hoping to join the 100 countries club.
At the foot of Mt. Everest in the Himayalans, Nepal
Last year, I became the first cuddly toy to climb Mt. Everest – the highest mountain in the world at 8848 metres above sea level. It was very cold and windy but I had my wooly hat and scarf on.
At Everest Base Camp
I spent two months living at Everest Base Camp. It was cold and windy and I had to sleep in a damp tent each night…. it was tough going…. but I am a tough little monkey.
Dressing up in traditional Bedouin headgear in Egypt
I enjoy travelling and experiencing other cultures. In this photo I am trying on traditional Bedouin headgear when I was in Egypt last year.