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A few day road trip around Catalonia with Irene from the tourism board.
The twist was it was a “mystery adventure tour” so I had no idea what I was going to be doing each day until we arrived at every location.
Some activities were easy and some were very hard!!
2 week trip travelling through Trentino, finishing up with hiking at The Dolomites.
Starting off in the town of Trento, I got to visit various waterfalls, mines, and even a scenic helicopter ride.
Following this I travelled to various lakes, mountains and wineries, concluding the trip hiking right by The Dolomites mountains at Baita Segantini.
A crazy 4 day trip I went on to Norway, to follow in the footsteps of Ernest Shackleton and learn polar expedition and survival skills in Finse.
This was a Star Wars movie location for the planet Hoth in The Empire Strikes Back.
James and I go on a mini-adventure around our own country, visiting the cities of Manchester, Newcastle & Glasgow.
I was invited by IHG (InterContinental Hotels Group) to go on 3 weekend adventures around Britain, showcasing the hidden gems that each city has to offer for Brit's looking to have a staycation.
From dislocating my shoulder by cliff diving, to Matt & Kathryn’s showdown at Gladiator school, this is the epic conclusion to the ‘Hippo’ Trilogy.
Our journey takes us through the tourist highlights of Northern Italy. One final road trip for this group of friends, before we went our separate ways.
What happens in Amsterdam stays in Amsterdam. Unless you bring a video camera. A crazy weekend of drink, drugs and debauchery in Amsterdam for the legendary Queen's Day festival.
But all turns to darkness on the nightmare journey home, where we get stuck in the one place we don't want to be: Belgium.
Matt & Kathryn buy the "Hippo", a £400 van that we decide to test on this road trip to the Highlands of Scotland.
However the van breaks down before we even reach Edinburgh. It's a public holiday, all the garages are closed and the car rentals are fully booked. This trip could be over before it even begins.
The most spectacular setting ever used for a concert!
10,000 people rocking out to Bryan Adams, 2000 metres up a snow covered mountain. This was the first travel video I made and it covers the entire trip.
Myself and Steve were joined by Matt, who’d never seen Bryan Adams before and never really wanted to either.