The videos I made for them are below.
The first of those is a small interview package I put together and the next two are longer, more extensive documentary style videos.
The first one covering the initial trip to see the building they were working on, the second detailing a road trip from the UK to Montengro to properly begin work on the building.
I loved making these videos and I still enjoy watching them back. There’s nothing better than following a journey from start to finish.
A great example of this comes from the Broke Backpacker and his amazing trip through India, that saw him conquer 2,000km on a rickshaw.
He put together a lot of great written and video footage during that trip and it’s well worth a look.
I had a lot of fun working with the Quilliam Brothers on these projects and I would love to work with them again in the future.
Great guys, great project, great country.
Enjoy the videos below and find out more about their hostel at the links provided at the top of this page.
This first video is just a smaller clip giving a brief over-view of the project.
This second video is a longer version of that first voyage and shows the very first planning stages of the project.
This third video was the most fun to put together out of the three. We took a green bus called Lenny from Newcastle in the north of England all the way to Montenegro, via France, Belgium, Germany, Austria, Slovenia, Croatia and finally Montenegro.
Such a fun journey!
Their project is going tremendously well and hopefully should be complete in the not-too-distant future.
I hope you can go there and see it for yourselves.