(North Bergen, NJ—June 22, 2016) Bayonne resident Jeremy Lewan, a sophomore at High Tech, and three friends embarked on a 22-mile bicycling tour, documenting their journey in an amateur, but professional-grade, video, announced Dr. Joseph Giammarella, Principal of High Tech High School.
This video, recorded and edited by Lewan himself, captures his bicycling adventures with his trio of friends and fellow Bayonne residents, Samantha Lobo and Paolo Rivera—both High Tech students, too—and Bayonne High School sophomore Sarah Zaki, on Saturday, April 30th. Their tour takes them through Jersey City, Hoboken, and Weehawken en route to Guttenberg, along the banks of the Hudson River.
During their tour, the quartet took part in geocaching(a “hide and seek” activity, in which “geocachers” employ GPS navigation to place and/or locate containers—geocaches) around Hudson County. The video documents the geocaching experience, of course, as well as stops for brunch and snacks at the Turning Point Restaurant and Vivi’s Bubble Tea, respectively, in Hoboken, and later, dinner at Porta, a Smith Restaurant, in Jersey City. Afterward, the quartet pedal their bicycles back to their homes in Bayonne.
To watch Lewan’s video and to experience his adventures, please go to the following link: https://youtu.be/US6yDU9zye4