Hong Kong :From the Central Midlevels to the Peak

21/3/2014 Hello Misadventurists. Part II of the Hong Kong highlights.¬† HONG KONG – FROM THE CENTRAL MIDLEVELS TO THE PEAK It’s basically one giant, mile long outdoor escalator. That’s what we discover when we set foot on the Central Mid-Levels, ¬†which carries vertical commuters straight up (and down) one of the steepest hills in Central…

Hong Kong – Saved By Ronald McDonald

March 20-21, 2014 Fellow Misadventurists, As we busy ourselves editing the hours and hours of footage we captured during our first project in Phnom Penh, we will be posting a series of updates from the first several weeks of our trip throughout Southeast Asia. The two weeks after our arrival in Lantau involved one flight,…

Hong Kong: Lantau Island

A Note about this post: This isn’t a proper post about the project, but just something to let you know what we’ve been up to for the past few weeks. Greetings from Southeast Asia! It’s been awhile since you last heard from yours truly – but there’s a good reason for that. During that time,…

So Much to Do – So Little Time

Hello fellow Misadventurists, We’re in the midst of a melee of preparation for our documentary. If you were to come up a metaphor for our status, our company would be like a hot air balloon struggling to get aloft with a giant rhino charging toward us; but the basket is weighed down with ballast, and…

Southeast Asia here we come

My fellow Misadventurists, We have our plane tickets. We have some tentative subjects. We have most of our gear. We have some great contacts in Cambodia and Vietnam and possibly beyond. So it’s now official. We’ll be landing in Hong Kong for the first leg of our documentary shoot/backpacking adventure in only eight, heart-quickeningly short…