The Most Inspiring Travel Video I Have Ever Seen. Hands Down.

The Most Inspiring Travel Video I Have Ever Seen. Hands Down.

Two things I learned from this video:

1) I need to travel more. There’s so much more of the world to see. And naturally doing it via motorcycle would be the best way to do it.

2) I really need a GoPro camera.

This summer for sure I’m gonna edit a bunch of my photos into a nice music video. I wish I had had the foresight to do the same kind of picture everywhere so it could seamlessly blend together but oh well, lesson learned and I can do it moving forward!

Categories: Europe, Personal, Travel | 3 Comments

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3 thoughts on “The Most Inspiring Travel Video I Have Ever Seen. Hands Down.

  1. AAron

    It definitely inspires me to travel more, but I have no corresponding desire to document said travel with “me” footage. I’m just not that big of a showoff these days.

    • captainjaq

      Fair enough… For me, the pictures are all memory triggers.

  2. MK

    Um…travel by motorcycle??? YES, PLEASE!!! Count me in, captain.

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