Amazing video shot by a guy with a Phantom quadcopter and (probably) GoPro camera:
OK, so BFD was almost a month ago and this is way late. Cut me some slack. I was really busy going on vacation.
Anyway, here's a video I did at BFD, walking around and talking to concert-goers. There are even some celebrity appearances!
I went to Belgium for a week-long vacation, and it was pretty cool. My girlfriend and I based out of Brussels and took a day trip to Bruges. I don't like places that are super-touristy (a byproduct of growing up near Orlando?), and Belgium was cool because it's very European without being the typical Paris/Rome/London. Also, being a beer and food afficionado, there is plenty to eat and drink.
Click here to check out my photos.
Some random thoughts observations:
The travel portion of my trip was jinxed -- weather delays, re-routings, and even Delta not having a person to operate the jet bridge at the airport forced me to miss almost all my connecting flights. One trip, five flights that were rebooked, 48 hours of wearing the same clothes. I was supposed to arrive in Brussels Saturday morning; ended up getting there Monday morning. Sucks. Goodbye, two days of vacation!
I also want to tell you about my pants (don't hear that one too often, do you?). European cities, especially touristy areas, are notorious for pickpocketers, and when you're in a foreign country, you definitely don't want your passport or wallet to get snatched. I was pretty secure that wouldn't happen to me because I was wearing P^cubed Pick-Pocket Proof Pants.
The pants are awesome. Each pocket has a double barrier -- for instance, buttons and a zipper -- before you can get your hands in there to grab a wallet, etc. They were super comfortable too (when you have to wear them for about 48 hours straight like I did, you find out whether your clothes are comfy or not). Click here to check 'em out. They're great if you travel a lot, and I think I'm going to get their shorts too. This guy wore the pants for 30 days straight:
When a woman who goes on her daily run past your house keeps crapping on your property, you have to do something about it -- like going to a local TV station with video footage. "Malicious fecal distribution," indeed.
And since we're on the topic...