New T.V. Ad of Ginebra San Miguel with Efren "Bata" Reyes, James Yap, Rico Blanco, Amanda Griffin, Ana Roces and Carlene Aguilar
"Encierros" like San fermin in Medina del Campo (Spain) with toros or bulls. No animals were damaged in this video
HEB summer youth camp on the Frio river San Antonio, TX
Frio river Texas Near San Antoino TX. A great tubing river, very fast. Boy falls and is almost swept away
Frio river Texas Near San Antoino TX. great tubing, fast
Sea World San Antoino TX. Shamu show
Sea World San Antoino TX. more of the Shamu show
Carnaval in San Francisco...with live performances
Fatdoor coverage of the San Francisco Apple store iPhone launch.
While vacationing with my parents in California in July of 2001, one of the stops was in San Francisco. I had the video camera, and took it around the city... on one of the famous cable cars, around the Golden Gate Bridge, and even caught this sight a few blocks from Fisherman's Wharf. It's a homeless person (I think this person is homeless) hiding behind what looks like a random bush or shrub or evergreen on the sidewalk. At random times, the person will make some sort of noise (unable to figure out if it's a word or what) and move a "branch" or two outwards towards an unsuspecting victim and giving them a little scare. I was caught off-guard, and having the camera in hand, thought, heck, this is too funny! I don't know if the person is still there today as I haven't been out in California since then, but hey, it was a great laugh!
So how do those famous Cable Cars get reversed for the other direction of their route? Through a turntable and by manual labor! Watch and see how transit workers prepare this cable car for its return route. Also take note of two scenes in the beginning of this video, which show one of the steepest streets in San Francisco and this homeless woman who was by the turntable... can we say scene from Home Alone?
Es muy importante el trato con otras culturas, y que mejor regalo a un guiri que un pequeño rito de iniciación a la cultura española, la del cubata y la fiesta. Gora San Fermín!