George is back in Hong Kong and he wants to share a few tips on how to survive an 8-day biking adventure in Vietnam.
As George wraps up his long journey in Vietnam, he challenges himself to climb the most dangerous mountain in Vietnam — Hải Vân Pass. He also thinks he speaks fluent Vietnamese.
After six days of intensive cycling, George finally gets off the bike and walks around the Imperial City of Huế. His bike needed a rest anyway.
George is still cycling through Vietnam, and in this third episode he faces his biggest challenge – the rain.PS- Should have carried a raincoat.
In the second episode of the Vietnam series, George challenges himself with an exciting night ride.
In the first episode of a new Vietnam series, George take on a challenging biking trip from Hanoi to Phu Ly.
In the first episode of a new series, DJ challenges visiting photographer Nick Moore to photograph Hong Kong’s classic transport system. DJ is stuck with a phone and home advantage, while Nick has two DSLRs and a bag full of lenses. Who can get the best shots? We leave that to your vote.
What’s the best coasteering route in Hong Kong? We think this one in Sai Kung’s Geopark. Amazing rock formations, crystal clear waters, and lots of nature. On the last in our coasteering series, we meet the new Drone and Phone host, George, who finds he may have applied for the wrong job. See the map HERE
New to coasteering? Try this route first. Jack and DJ do a gentle coasteer around the hidden side of Junk Bay. Great city views, a small lighthouse, and a natural jacuzzi at the end— it’s a great day out in the city without having to roam too far out. See the map HERE
Looking to escape the city, Jack and DJ head off to the secluded island of Po Toi for their next coasteering adventure. They find warm blue waters, some of which are a little too turbulent for comfort.