The past few days, I was able to watch Around the World Travel videos which made me realize how much more of the planet there is to explore. Aside from the traveling aspect in these videos, they’ve motivated me to hone my skills and pursue my passions. Let me share these videos to you.
Where the hell is Matt? Dance
Where the hell is Matt? was supposed to be a funny clip of him dancing but after a few edits, the idea of this dance in different international locations became viral which gave him widespread coverage of his travels.
This is the third installment of his video series. He started dancing in postcard photo locations in the background when he thought it became boring for him and decided to include people to dance with him.
Mai Travel Site Beach Tennis Asia Pacific Tour
Move, Eat & Learn
Rick Mereki (editor/co-producer)
Tim White (producer)
Andrew Lees (actor)
These are three short films that came up on my Feeds on Facebook. Funded by STA Travel Australia, 3 guys were sent to 11 countries in 44 days to experience a ‘trip of a lifetime’. They created a video on ‘moving’, ‘eating’ and ‘learning’ in the process of traveling.
Although for this blog entry, the ‘Move’ edition of this 3-part video had more similarities, I’m particularly inspired by the ‘Learn’ clip. There’s so much more to learn like playing a musical instrument, learning to cook, somersaults, back flips, driving a France Car Hire for rent, creating art.
I think it goes by with my desire of learning new things, enriching myself and going beyond my comfort zone just to feel how it is to be alive.
The Sole Sister Americano Dance Craze
Chichi Bacolod & Lois Yasay
These Filipinas (yes, they’re from the Philippines!) has conquered the blogging and travelling community by storm. They just came back from a 6-month backpacking trip in Southeast Asia and they came up with a cool way of spreading the itchy feet with this dance craze in 3 countries.
You gotta love the energy of these women!
Headstands Around The World?
This idea made me think how it would be like if I were to create my own video of doing headstands around the world. It would be a fun concept to do. I’ve actually started so in other countries around Asia but these were just pictures.
It would be great to create a video compilation with proper framing and editing. That is, I’ll do my headstand in one place while the background changes. I have to save up to buy my own camera with video-recording capabilities first. When that time comes, I’ll be more consistent with the shots.
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soloflightEd.com is a travel blog by Edcel Suyo. He enjoys performing headstands and crazy stunts during his trips in the Philippines, Southeast Asia, and the Middle East. Now based in Dubai, United Arab Emirates and working to earn a living, he takes time to enjoy the city and travel during weekends.
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