While climbing a mountain, the pilgrims discover a man who’s been digging a tunnel through the mountain for the past twenty-two years, to provide an easier route for travellers.
15. Monkey Meets The Demon Digger - While climbing a mountain, the pilgrims discover a man who’s been digging a tunnel through the mountain for the past twenty-two years, to provide an easier route for travellers.
Mischievous King Monkey is summoned to Heaven.
Buddha sends a messenger, the Bodhisattva Kuan-Yin the Compassionate, to find a holy man.
Tripitaka and the ever-impatient Monkey begin their perilous journey.
Monkey, Sandy, Tripitaka and the horse enter a land ruled by the demonic Golden Horn.
King of Youth decides to kidnap Tripitaka to gain attention.
When Monkey kills a family, Tripitaka is left with no choice but to punish him.
The thirsty pilgrims find that the nearest village has completely dried up.
Monkey saves a pretty widow from the Demon Spirit of Great Snakes.
Magistrate Lord Li’s stepdaughter is kidnapped by bandits.
Tripitaka is visited in a dream by the restless spirit.
An invisible wall separates the land of night from the land of day.
The once-prosperous land of Codslow is ruled by three animal-strength immortals.
A village headman and his wife grieve for their beautiful daughter Hai-Min.
The pilgrims enter a volcanic land that is plagued by earthquakes.
While climbing a mountain, the pilgrims discover a man who’s been digging a tunnel.
Monkey struggles to resist the king’s magic ring.
Following a terrible sandstorm, the pilgrims find a village.
Monkey sees that a nearby village is being terrorised by swarms of locusts.
The Prime Minister invites Tripitaka and his disciples to stay as his honoured guests.
Monkey, Pigsy, Sandy and Tripitaka take refuge in a small cave.
The pilgrims arrive at the Kingdom of Red Hog, where pigs are sacred.
The evil male demon Wun-Lung and three beautiful witches await the arrival of Tripitaka.
Things get very strange indeed when Pigsy and Sandy drink water and become pregnant.
The pilgrims enter the Kingdom of Lo-Chun, the Queen of Fire.
On their way to India, the pilgrims must pass through the Land of Nightmares.
Tripitaka and his disciples are just a few days away from reaching India.