Puerto Peñasco (Rocky Point), Mexico Video

Hola mi amigos!

This video presents footage I attained on my recent trip to Puerto Peñasco (Rocky Point), Mexico!

Key note: This video is slightly different than my previous videos because I use a drone and a camera.

Rocky Point is located on the Gulf of California, also known as the Sea of Cortez, and is a frequent destination for American travelers living in the Southwest of the United States.

Certain key items to note if you do want to travel to Mexico by automobile, which I did with my good friends;

  1. Have your passport ready at the U.S. / Mexico check point
  2. Purchase Mexican car insurance (it is required)
  3. You can bring your drone without purchasing a permit if it weighs less than 2 kg (4.4 pounds). More information about drone laws click here.

The hotel that my friends and I stayed at is called the Grand Mayan Palace, which I highly recommend. In the video you will see what this hotel looks like.

~Musician~ Yannick Lebosse // Song: Malaguena Flamenco

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Next week I will be heading off to Chicago and Michigan so please stay tuned for those upcoming videos!

Thank you for watching and I hope you enjoy.

Cheers!

 

 

Returned back from Mexico

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Hi Friends!

My sincere apologizes for not responding back to your comments in a timely manner. I have been in Puerto Penasco, Mexico the past 6 days. However, I am back stateside now so I will respond back to all your comments and emails this coming weekend. Thank you all for the continuous support!

On a side note, I have been asked which equipment I use to make my videos. Historically, I have only used the DJI Phantom 4 (drone). However, I have acquired a new tool to give my videos more variety!

Here is a quick list of the equipment I use and will use in the future videos;

  1. DJI Phantom 4
  2. Polar Pro Filters (these are made for drone lenses and act as “sunglasses” for the drone lenses)
  3. Canon 80 D
  4. Microphone 

(I am not endorsed by any of these companies, products etc.)

Now on the less technical side, I will be editing all the footage I retrieved in Mexico and will have it posted by next week! So please stay tuned!

P.S. The Gryffindor T-Shirt found in the photo above is mine and is one of my favorite shirts! And yes I have been called a nerd almost everytime I have worn that shirt.

All the best and thank you again for your continuous support!

Cheers