I remember the day I climbed Humanality with great happiness. My made Andy had called me and asked if I was keen to spend Christmas at Arapiles in Aussie. I hesitated before saying yes. He asked why and I told him I really wanted to go to Thailand. It was my lucky day, he agreed to go.
We where both climbing about grade 22 (6c / 6c+), so Humanality which was graded at 21 for the crux pitch at the time (1998) should have been no problem. Neither the less I was chicken, having not climbed over 3 pitches before. Andy kept wanting to do it and I kept thinking of excuses. There where so many climbs to do and so much good food to eat, not to mention whiskey to drink. I kept putting it off but Andy woke me up one day and said lets go... and we did. It was truly fantastic. We both agreed that the pitch before the crux was actually the hardest.
From there it was onward and upward, dogging our way up climbs above our grade, such as "The King and I".
You have to love Thailand, especially the South.