You know how all your friends who complicated abroad in college unequivocally like to use amicable media to gloat about their transport experiences? Well, they’re zero compared to this guy, who spent 3 years crisscrossing a creation to put together a 360-degree video selfie.
Admittedly, he does have copiousness to gloat about. His name is Alex Chacón and he done his approach by 36 countries, essentially on a motorcycle, regulating a GoPro camera on a hang to record snippets of selfie videos during each jungle, desert, beach, chronological monument, healthy consternation and architectural attainment he visited.
Chacón explains on his website that before to his trip, he sole all his belongings, including his car, TV and clothing. He also outlines some of a struggles he faced via a three-year journey:
He faced life endangering situations, official difficulties, politics, crime, healthy disasters, sleeping in parking lots, using out of income while during a same time lifting supports internationally for gift from sponsors and people following a tour online.
So, yeah, a bit braggy, maybe. But a video he finished adult with was flattering awesome, and a most cooler transport commemoration than a rusted Moroccan lantern that we substantially paid approach too most for.