“On the Road Again” documentary

While we traveled through Argentina and Bolivia Jordan worked hard on a short documentary. He’s edited it and it’s finally done!We interacted with many lovely people during the trip, so it’s a real pleasure to introduce our friends through the documentary.

“On the Road Again,” filmed by Jordan Karasek

Jordan and I noticed while traveling that it was rather rare to come across a fellow American. International travel is encouraged and is pretty much the norm in other developed countries. For example, in New Zealand over half of high school graduates take a gap year before going on to university. Many of our American friends were curious how we could afford to travel and how it even occurred to us to do so, while our Canadian and European fellow travelers had plans to travel for at least a year, perhaps even 18 months at a time. This documentary is designed to show Americans that yes, travel is amazing and yes, it is possible!

Jordan (and I) hope that someone might see this and have a fire lit inside them to explore the world around us.

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