Category: USA

Near Space Balloon Experiment

By , June 1, 2012 9:13 am

My dear friend Marc is leaving the Bay Area today for the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. He will attend the International Space University‘s Space Studies Program to pursue his dream of working on a space program.

For the past year and a half, he launched a total of 4 weather balloons in “near space”, taking pictures and video during the process. I assisted him in the last 2 launched and made a video from it (HD):

For more information, check out his website: www.beyond62.com

Friday Travel Video: San Francisco

By , February 4, 2012 1:42 pm

Golden Gate Bridge - SF

 

People ask us why, after seeing so many amazing places, we decided to move back to San Francisco. There are many explanations including great friends and our love for new technology, but today’s video might be the best way to show you what a day in San Francisco is like. Enjoy in HD.

 

Happy 2012!

By , January 18, 2012 10:16 pm

Happy New year!

For 2012, MeAndFrenchie would like to wish you all an amazing year full of adventures, discoveries and new experiences. It looks like this year will be a little quieter for us since we are back in San Francisco. However, travels and experiences will still be on our agenda since we are going to El Salvador and Guatemala in February!

Don’t forget to check out MeAndFrenchie in the upcoming days for new original content like:
– More French Summer pictures
– MeAndFrenchie are back to corporate America
– Moving back to incredible views of the city
– Night shooting with Occupy Wall Street
– How much money did we spend traveling for 13 months?

Fireworks

Fireworks

Fireworks

Fireworks

Daveena & Ben Engagement Party

By , October 10, 2011 5:20 pm
Party

Party

And, we’re back!

After being on the road for 13 months and over 4 months in France, we are back in San Francisco. There are 2 reasons we came back that promptly.
– First, we found crazy cheap tickets. With Iceland Express, we got a Paris – Boston for $269.
– Second, our dear friend Ben was about to propose to his girlfriend Daveena, throwing a surprise engagement party.

Because of this, we quietly landed in America and surprised her for her engagement party. Here are a few photos.

Room Is Ready

Room Is Ready

Heart

Heart

Fried Shrimps

Fried Shrimps

Proposing Again

Proposing Again

Daveena

Daveena

Josh

Josh

Racoon Cakes

Racoon Cakes

Killing The Racoon!

Killing The Racoon!

Celebrating

Celebrating

Flickr Photoset | Slideshow

How You Can Win Free Custom Lasik

By , June 10, 2011 7:57 am
Me And Frenchie

Me And Frenchie

Back in January 2010, we shared our Custom Lasik experience with you. Two months after having Custom Lasik surgery, our eyes were doing great and we got the thumbs up to leave for our world tour.

Throughout our travels, we did not experience any dryness, irritation, or night vision halo. In fact, we did not have any problems with our eyes. Maybe we would have been okay traveling with glasses (even traveling with contact lens), but we are so much happier with Custom Lasik. We don’t take for granted our new vision and it has really allowed us to travel worry-free and live hassle-free.

If you are considering getting Custom Lasik, don’t choose a doctor by price. We recommend selecting a doctor by experience, technology they use, and how personal they are. In any case, check if you can set up a flexing spending account with your employer to help with the costs. Even better than that, if you live in the bay area, you can win free Lasik with Dr. George Simon, our Custom Lasik Vision surgeon.

Official Rules for Custom Lasik Vision Will Change Your Life or How Custom Lasik Vision Changed My Life:

You have to be a legal resident of California and reside in one the following counties:
Alameda, Contra Costa, Lake Marin, Mendocino, Napa, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Sonoma. Hurry because the deadline is June 30, 2011.

We entered the “How Custom Lasik Vision Changed My Life” part of the contest. Here is our video:

THANKS and good luck!

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