What a moving piece of film! I know you described it to us, but seeing it as another thing.Well done fella. I hope you get the credit and interest you deserve.
wow wow wow. My butt was hurting and my arms ached while I was watching, and I couldn't wait til we landed. But how surreal it was at the end, seeing you with the cityscape background...and suddenly, I didn't want to be there! so, I'm going to go back and view part 4 which I skipped. But you--congratulations! I'll buy you a congratulatory drink...if I ever decide to come back.
Qué grande, Ben.Delicadamente salvaje y humano, inspirador...Yeah!
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Hello Ben, this was a moving piece. I have stambled into your blog when I was doing my routinary search for wooden craft sites... I have my own hands on a project now, not very unlike the OnaWind. But this video in particular has been quite touching for me. For it brought me back to a time when I had similar feelings on a boat on the mekong river... very much understood. Congratulations.Sergio, from Valenciawww.hastalomaslejos.com
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