Archive for January 2011
OK, another one from Intel, but again well worth watching. The sartorialist, one of the most famous streetphotographers, is featured in a fantastic 7 minute long movie, with only a short intel logo at the end. This is content I like to watch, where I don’t mind the ad message at the end. Of course, in a few shots you see the sartorialist, Scott Schumann, sitting in front of the screen of his (assumingly intel based) computer.
Make sure you watch this in HD / 1080, its amazing footage:
It’s a great advantage to have a cousin and best friend who travels a lot. I have spent quite a few vacations just visiting my cousin Gerhard in whatever location he lived at that time.
It’s also always interesting to listen to the stories of my cousin. Travelling most of Latin America, he has experienced many interesting and quite a few peculiar things and knows a lot about what to do, where to go, what to try, etc.
It gets even better now, that my cousin decided to share his travel stories, adventures and travel tips with a wider audience, i.e. everybody. Here is his way of sharing: He just recently created the blog “Vagabond Life“:
The blog offers tips of every sort. Things as in the screenshot above: “The drink of choice in Buenos Aires“, but also “Running in Buenos Aires“, “how to use facebook as a traveller“, as well as simply stuff like “Foreign Currency Exchance“.
These tips will soon cover many countries in Latin America, since my Cousin usually travels to at least 3-4 different countries a year, with Costa Rica, Guatemala, Venezuela, Brazil, Argentina and Mexico being amongst the most often visited.
If my cousin keeps up pumping out about 2 posts a week, as he plans to, this could soon turn into one of the most valuable ressources for travel information on latin america on the web!