200 Days – A Journey Across the World Journey Movie



My spouse and I traveled to 17 international locations in 200 days. This movie is the story of our unimaginable journey! Take pleasure in!

We used a GoPro and a Nikon D7000 for all the filming.

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Music Credit:

Please take a look at and purchase the music from these unimaginable artists that made this movie potential. They’re so as of look.

M83 – Outro
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Eric Hutchinson – Inform the World
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Vance Pleasure – Mess is Mine
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Avicii – The Nights
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The Kooks – Unhealthy Behavior
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Yumi And The Climate – Should I Wait
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American Authors – Greatest Day of My Life
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Tim McMorris – On High of the World
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The Neighbourhood – Sweater Climate
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  1. I've been saving for a year too. No specific plans, and number of countries, but i have a rough idea of the places i want to see. No specific time limit either, until the $40k i plan on saving runs out. But the real plan is for it never to. Ill be working on the way, any odd job i can find. My goal is to find a place where i feel like i belong, where i feel like settling for a bit, but nothing too permanent. Of course, i'll be vlogging and documenting some of my trip, however i'm not big into cameras, so it won't be a lot, until maybe youtube will start earning me money, then i'll consider investing more time into it. I love travelling, and have been to 13 countries so far (Australia, Vietnam, Japan, Hungary, Slovakia, Austria, Romania, Croatia, Italy, Germany, France, Belgium, and England) however, still planning to return to most of these. Plan to leave is sometime towards the end of next year, early 2022, so a long way to go, still. I have started working all saturdays and some sundays, and living in a bit of confinement, slaving away, but i know what's to come and that it will be more than worth it. In the meantime, it will be researching, continuing to watch travel vloggers, and videos like you guys, to keep motivation high.

    Rough plan is to start off S.E from Melbourne, Australia, to Hong Kong, then Malaysia (penang?) then possibly Bangkok, Thailand, then to Varanasi. From Varanasi i might catch a flight to Kathmandu, Nepal, and if i do that then i won't miss flying to Lukla and doing the 6-10 day Everest base camp track. Then winging it from there. Most likely Balkans.maybe tel aviv.Tbilisi in Georgia, then Armenia/Kyrgyzstan, Bulgaria, Greece, Macedonia, Serbia, Bosnia etc etc…It's a very rough itinerary and absolutely subject to change. If i meet someone cool on the way i might join them. Or listen to someones recommendations, maybe fall in love with a place and end up livin g and working there for a few months. No real plans or expectations. I might spend 3 weeks on a remote island reading a book on the beach and just taking it all in. Not limited by time, as ill be quitting my job, and in the middle of selling all of my unnecessary belongings. ive sold ym motorbikes, toys, computers, electric bicycles, sold my nice bmw for a mid 90s hatchback. My expensive shoes. I used to be quite materialistic, but realized i dont care for any of that stuff, and none of it makes me happy. Live for the experiences and for all the beauty in this world, both natural and human.

  2. Most awaited and important question:
    How much does it cost for the complete journey

  3. TRAVEL – If you want to live longer, live happily !

  4. What A Load Of Cack YOU OBVIOUSLY HIT FOR TEENIES GTF BEEN THERE DONE THIS BORING CRAP FLUCKOFF IDIOTS

  5. We traveled to Georgia country with a very friendly and helpful travel agency. “Georgianvoyage” We excellent car and 24/7 service.

    all the service was organized in the office by Jack, the owner of the agency, an adorable boy who was absolutely available for any clarification.

    I absolutely recommend this agency. Firstly we used Tbilisi airport transfer – shuttle services, very thankful!!! after that they helped us to choose a Georgia tour package and we were so so happy. Thanks a lot to this company !!!

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