Jonathan Legg is an explorer, a globetrotter on a continual quest for the unusual, exotic, and adventurous side of life.
Road Less Traveled
Jonathan embarks on a two-wheeled journey over the highest roads in the world, stopping to learn the secrets of Buddhism’s warrior demons and track down a secreted manuscript rumored to explain the lost years of Jesus.
Jonathan visits the shrine of the motorcycle god for providence and gets sidetracked to combat the all-woman unit of the Delhi police. After a good beating, a ridiculous session of laughter yoga in the park lifts his mood.
Jonathan evades guards and good advice by spending a night hidden in the ruins of Asia’s most haunted location, and travels through a jungle to find a witch living in a dilapidated mansion.
Jonathan wrestles barrel-chested palwans in a mud packed akhara, searches the bustling fish markets for the famed Hilsa, eats dumplings with survivors of Sino/Indian deportations, and tackles the city’s infamously chaotic streets.
Dominic Bonuccelli goes looking for adventure among the Raramuri Indians, rodeo cowboys, Mennonites, shamans and bootleggers who call this isolated part of Mexico home.
Glory, salvation, and madness ensue when the master of the universe emerges from his temple and rolls down a flesh packed street on a five story high chariot.
Jonathan seeks refuge with hot cups of java in the rolling hills of India’s coffee country. On a remote hillside three crackpot saddus send him on a quest for a divine message.
Jonathan attends a Kathakali dance academy and gets ready for centre stage with a day of dance training and an elaborate three-hour makeup process.
From the pink city to the blue city, Jonathan braves the rat temple in search of the lucky albino rodent, and hears the epic of cow herding gods who spring to life when bards sing of their deeds.