Category: Videos

Video of the week: A spirited journey to Kyoto’s most isolated restaurant

Video of the week: A spirited journey to Kyoto’s most isolated restaurant

Fuyoh Kobayashi is a master calligrapher and owner of the famed Shoraian restaurant in Japan. Located in Arashiyama, Kyoto, Shoraian is perched on the edge of a mountain overlooking the Oi River and can only be reached by foot. To call Shoraian simply a restaurant sells it short. Visitors come as much for the celebrated […]

Video of the week: Travel more and buy less

Video of the week: Travel more and buy less

We live in a world of consumption. Before you buy your next item for your “man cave” or “she shed”, think again. Adventure and exploration is the best way to learn and expand your horizons. The idea here is simple and enlightening, that one should have a passport full of stamps rather than a house […]

Video of the week: This will motivate you to travel

Video of the week: This will motivate you to travel

Do you want to change your life? Travel Now. Don’t wait. If you want to travel the world, make it happen. It will be the best thing you ever do for yourself. It will motivate and inspire you in ways you could have never imagined. Travel is transformational. Travel is life.

Video of the week: Who needs snow to ski?

Video of the week: Who needs snow to ski?

OK, so this one’s an ad for Audio Quattro. But it’s quite a fun one. Candide Thovex is a French professional skier, filmmaker and entrepreneur. He is notable for his creative movies to the sport of freestyle and this one – filmed in Megève, France – is no exception.

Video of the week: Amazing Iceland

Video of the week: Amazing Iceland

Photographer Edgar Granados combined thousands of photos to create this time-lapse video showcasing Iceland’s natural beauty. Edgar filmed this with a DJI Phantom 3 Professional drone and Canon 6D.

Video of the week: Watchtower of Turkey

Video of the week: Watchtower of Turkey

With more than 3500 kilometres travelled in 20 days, capturing landscapes from the bluish tones of Pamukkale to the warm ones of Cappadocia, Leonardo Dalessandri passes through a great variation of colours, light and weather, and through six other cities. He crossed Cappadocia, Pamukkale, Ephesus, Istanbul and Konya; and tasted baklava, kunefe, doner, the Turkish […]

Video of the week: Inside North Korea's luxury ski resort

Video of the week: Inside North Korea’s luxury ski resort

Follow filmmaker Jackson Kingsley to get a glimpse of what life is like in North Korea, a country rarely seen by foreigners. Britain’s fastest snowboarder Jamie Barrow is our guide around the DPRK’s capital city Pyongyang before he heads up to the slopes of Masikryong.

Video of the week: Norway 8K

Video of the week: Norway 8K

Norway 8K shows the wild landscapes of Norway in ultra high resolution. From the coastal peaks of the Lofoten and Senja Islands to the fjords and highlands of southern Norway, this video was shot by Timestorm Films over a 4 week period whilst driving over 8000km.

Video of the week: Mexico

Video of the week: Mexico

Don’t make an effort to find an obvious narrative in this short film, because Oliver Astrologo simply captured whatever passed his eyes without any other consideration. He has not captured the typical places, but rather just lived and absorbed a unique blend of native and Spanish cultures: the blend that makes Mexico a country of […]

Video of the week: Epic lava 'fire hose' in Hawaii

Video of the week: Epic lava ‘fire hose’ in Hawaii

This dramatic lava flow streamed out of Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano. Filmed by Kalapana Cultural Tours, it was temporarily extinguished by a cliff collapse but returned with a vengeance a few days later. The lava flow, named 61g, has captured the attention of geologists since it first appeared earlier this year.

Video of the week: Roads of Argentina

Video of the week: Roads of Argentina

Guillaume Juin went to Argentina to explore two parts of the country: the north (Salta’s region and its incredible desert landscapes) and the south (El Calafate, its glaciers, and beautiful mountains). It was entirely filmed on Sony A7SI, just with a little tripod, 3 lenses (24-70, 14mm, 70-300), and GoPro Hero 3+ black for a […]

Video of the week: India - in a land of sensory overload

Video of the week: India – in a land of sensory overload

Visiting India in a land of sensory overload, Neal Howland had seen, heard, touched, tasted, and smelled more than he ever thought possible. Words failed him. So, this is his attempt to answer that question, with footage that he captured while on an epic tour of India.

Delicious drives in the UK: The Lake District to Lancaster, via Ullswater

Delicious drives in the UK: The Lake District to Lancaster, via Ullswater

On the third and final day of my road trip around Cumbria, it was time to return my rental car to Hertz, but not before I’d done a little more exploring first. Having driven over Wrynose Pass the previous day, my plan was to take the vehicle over another of the Lake District’s famous routes – the Kirkstone […]

Top 10 contemporary travel hits

Top 10 contemporary travel hits

Traveling often entails big chunks of down time, whether you are transporting from place to place or mapping out your next adventure. Why not fill those quiet moments with lively travel tunes that will leave you inspired and excited about the road ahead? The last few decades have produced some great travel tracks. Here are […]

Kayaking combined with a little luxury in the Lake District

Kayaking combined with a little luxury in the Lake District

We recently tested two Sevylor kayaks on a luxury stay in the English Lake District, arriving at one of Cumbria’s finest lakeside hotels in style… by kayak! Before we get started, the first thing to mention about Sevylor kayaks is how portable they are.  Despite being quite large and robust vessels, once they’re fully inflated, […]

How to automatically backup your phone every time you charge it

How to automatically backup your phone every time you charge it

Backing up your phone can be a bit of a chore sometimes, especially as you travel. You have to fire up your laptop, connect your phone, launch the relevant software and wait. Imagine, though, if you could back up a phone – be it Android or iPhone – without the need for a laptop at […]

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