Hunter and Evan Travel The World!
Film Writer, Director, Producer, Props Master and full time single Father. My Son Hunter and I travel the world together. We both make movies together. Here we will show you the coolest places to visit with travel tips and reviews and more
As a film Director, Producer, Props Master, P.A., Editor, Camera Op over my career in Vancouver B.C. and Las Vegas there is no better feeling than to head Hollywood and step foot inside a film studio. Especially the Warner Brothers film studio. There is also no better feeling than sharing that with my Son Hunter. I encourage him to be whatever he wants to be. To use his imagination. He is already making films at age 6 and I couldn't be prouder. This trip on the Warner Brother's Studio Tour was a treat for both of us.
Super Nintendo World!
Let the fun begin. After mass confusion with the reservation system to visit Super Nintendo World at Universal Studios in California, We as pass holder members got our reservations to view the land before it opened to the public. We showed up early and got our wristbands for the experience.
The Great Wolf Lodge
Hunter and I had the opportunity to stay at The Great Wolf Lodge in Scottsdale Arizona on my last business trip for my feature film. We booked at the right time with a 50% off deal as this can be a pretty pricey stay at one of their resorts. We did pay a little extra to have a very cool room.
Universal Studios Hollywood vs. Orlando. Let's compare shall we? Number of Parks in California - One "Universal Hollywood" Number of Parks in Florida - Three with one more on the way set to open in 2025. "Universal Orlando", "Islands of Adventure", "Volcano Bay" and the soon to open "Epic Universe". Looks like Florida takes the first Comparison.
6 Year Old Movie Director?
There are a lot of cool kids in this world but this one might be one of the coolest. You see this cool kid just turned six years old has been making movies for the last year and they couldn't be any cooler. I want you to meet Hunter Evan Allen, my son. The Movie Director and Actor.
Raiders - First Experience!
Welcome to the most expensive ticket in the NFL. The Las Vegas Raiders. What a journey it has been to be able to finally attend a game in Allegiant Stadium, Las Vegas. As a Canadian we attended many CFL games in Vancouver Canada. But after living in the Las Vegas for about 17 years I always thought my first NFL game would be in Vegas. But turns out it ended up being in Tampa Bay last year during the Pre-Season as well. Why you ask. Well... I'm unvaccinated and I was not allowed to attend games last year in Vegas. It made me a little bitter and lost me as a Raiders fan. At least for a while.
Los Algodones; The "Molar City"
I would like to introduce you to a little city that saved my smile in Mexico called Los Algodones. It's nickname is "Molar City". It has over 5000 residents and about 600 of them are Dentists. Los Algodones is a city in Mexicali Municipality, Baja California located on the United States-Mexico border. It is south of Andrade, California and west of Yuma, Arizona.
In my darkest days, my darkest hours. The biggest heart, opens mine like a flower. I lost so much, but all that remains, is all that matters. A smile, a hug, a cuddle from my little bug. The glow, the warmth, the shine from within. How can so much love fit under that grin? So proud, a Father, my son, my kin. Against all odd's it's just you and me kid. Together we will take on this world, through thick, through thin. I will give it all with everything that I have, and you have already given it ten fold back. So proud, a Father, my son, my kin. Against all odd's it's just you and me kid.
What is There for Kids to do in Las Vegas?
Las Vegas has been known as Sin City for as long as we can remember. It most certainly still is, but it also has a softer side you may not know about for the kids. So let's get right to it and explore some of the kid friendly activities you can enjoy as a family. As a local or as a tourist in Las Vegas. We will start on the Strip and work our way out to places you may have never heard of.
The simple is yes. You may see a lot of negative reviews online but our experience was quite the opposite. We have been to Disneyland and California Adventures a few times over the years. All I remember from those times is standing in long lines with the occasional fast past.