What did moving on bicycles, motorbikes, tuk tuks, buses, and our own two feet look like? This short videos gives a look into what you see from the back a moving vehicle.
Videos taken in Laos, Cambodia, and Vietnam.
Featured photo: My friend Colin on his motorbike in Hanoi, Vietnam. At that point I was too scared to film for fear of dropping my camera. That would have been great footage.
Maybe you loved my Ibicenco video (for its quality filming and editing) and thought, I hope she’s planning on doing more.
You’re in luck.
After months of being a third party bystander, with absolutely no personal interest in the matter (guess where that line comes from!), we have a few house music dance moves up our sleeve. As you’re walking around Ibiza Town, chances are you’ll hear some beats drop, and believe me when I say you should be prepared to throw that hand up or step touch the shit out of that sidewalk at a moment’s notice.
Parties and painfully boring (personal opinion) house music becomes infinitely more entertaining if you employ some of the moves we suggest in the video, and even more so if you add in a sassy facial expression. Even better than that? Dancing around people, “having a laugh” and making new friends.
Daphne and I spent an evening this week in Playa d’en Bossa, observing the tourists, participating in naughty behavior and making a general raucous. From that lucrative evening comes the following video.