If there is one restaurant that I frequent regularly in San Francisco, it’s NOPA. NOPA is one of those restaurants that led the sustainable farm-to-table philosophy that many new SF restaurants have now adopted. Their food is pretty darn good as w...Read more
We’ve arrived in Bogota, Colombia. South America. For Harry and I both, this is a new continent and it was our intention to conclude our trip during the summer season in the southern hemisphere. But Bogota is anything but tropical white sandy beaches, and warm water lagoons I’d imagined this Caribbean country would be. It is in fact, a bit dodgy.
At an elevation of more than 8,500ft its cool here. Ve...Read more
Once we’re on the road it’s tough to get a work out in. Sometimes days go by and we find ourselves worn out from the sheer trivials of travel. Our bodies start to crave a proper muscle fatigue. When we got into Bogota this was the case. Our legs were sore and over worked from skateboarding and hiking the huge hills, but we needed some upper body conditioning. So we found a little park with a jungle gym where we did a m...Read more
Yes, we made it to the Beach. Papa Yuan Joins us tomorrow…
With the exception of one late afternoon sesh at an indoor climbing gym, it’d been over a week since Harry and I had climbed. Even Miguel hadn’t climbed in over a month. The lousy weather was no help either. Finally, one Friday, the skies cleared and we loaded the car with our gear and set out to La Pedriza.
Less than 70 minutes from Madrid lies one of the most fantastic granite formations in central Spain. For any outd...Read more
After Bruce and I finished our bike tour in Budapest, the owner of Yellow Zebra Bikes and Discover Budapest was so impressed by our video that he let us join another tour. We gladly accepted. This time, team OH was about to do a move tour unlike any move tour we’ve done.
In the past, I’ve looked d...Read more
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