When I hiked the Pacific Crest Trail I took a small video every day because I thought "it would look cool to see how the trail changes over time". More than two years after my Pacific Crest Trail thru-hike, and I finally go around to putting all those clips together into a short video. Said video
Sure, looking at pictures of the Outback or reading about how enormous road trains are might give you some idea of what a bicycle ride across the Outback is like, but not in the same way that video can. So I've put together a pseudo-sequel to my Pacific Crest Trail video with a step-by-step look
Since apparently, you all enjoy watching shaky footage of walks through the wilderness, I have taken the original clips from my Pacific Crest Trail in Three Minutes video and put them together without any editing or music. The result? Pure adventure (and a considerable amount of wind). I don't
The people you meet out on the Pacific Crest Trail are not the same people who left their friends and family behind (and not just because they are now homeless). Seeing a photo of someone before (and oftentimes after) the trail is quite shocking - generally they are barely recognizable. Where is
If there were any doubts (there were not) as to the beauty of the Cidade Maravilhosa, the filmmakers at MOOV (a Rio de Janeiro based production studio) have put any and all of them to rest. The following is a production entitled Time of Rio, and it captures some of the cities most iconic sights
Legendary world-traveler Mr. Rick Steves offers up some of his personal insights into different peoples of the world, and how through travel we can come to a better understanding of other cultures while learning from those different from ourselves.