Happy new year! Sorry to be saying that so late in the month but a mix of travel, sickness, and video work had us down for the count. Thankfully, we’ve recovered from our busy holiday break and wanted to update everyone on what we’ve been up to.
A Wedding in Hanoi, Vietnam
One of the benefits of working in the gaming industry is the paid holiday break in between Christmas and New Years. For this year’s break, the family traveled to Vietnam to watch my brother get married in Hanoi. We took part in the traditional tea ceremony, and sat back in awe during their wedding reception. All I can say is, “Wow!” If you look at the photo of us on the left, all those white circles behind us were full-size roses. Their photo booth/stage must have had thousands of them. The grandeur of his wedding was unlike anything we had ever seen before.
Sick In Vientiane, Laos
Having been to Hanoi on a previous trip we also traveled to Vientiane, Laos. Laos was great, and we really enjoyed it out there. The city provided us with plenty of stories to write about in future posts. However, we must have got sick before the trip because we were dying by the time we got to Laos. The flu-like symptoms forced us to cut a few days short in an attempt to recover. During that time we also discovered that Kairi’s a badass. She managed to smile through being sick while I laid in bed thinking I was going to die.
Video Work In Atlanta, Georgia
A day after we got home, I jumped back onto a plane for Atlanta. To help film the College National Championship Game for the College Football Playoffs. I’m very thankful to have been apart of the three-man video crew covering the event. I’ve got a lot of respect for my fellow videographers Jason Huang and Enoch Lai for all the video edits they pushed throughout the weekend. Learned a lot from the both of them.
Click on the video below to watch a recap video of all the events going on during the College Championship Weekend.
2018’s Resolution – Video Content for Califoreigners
Thankfully, I finally decided to move our travel videos from our personal YouTube account to our Califoreigners’ YouTube Channel. I’m not planning to do that for all the videos, but you can watch the re-edited Greece video below.
Re-editing the Greece video to noncopyrighted music convinced me that I don’t have the time to do this with all our videos.
As a result, we’re only going to move the travel videos with Kairi in them. So if you’re a fan of our cinematic travel videos on our personal Youtube, be sure to subscribe and follow our social sites for Califoreigners. We’ll have more videos coming out soon.
That’s it for our update. How were your holidays? Let us know in the comment section below.
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