A Wonderful Solo Travel Documentary
This beautifully shot and basic travel documentary is why I love solo travel.
It is only about 15 minutes long so I encourage you to treat yourself and watch it.
Made In Iceland:
Iceland is beautiful, we all know it. But perhaps no one can see through the beauty of it like Klara Harding probably did. Her proof is the self made short travel documentary, shot over a 25 day solo-hike in Iceland. It captures the magical mists of Icelandic landscapes, the glaciers, and for me the very essence of solo travel. The journey as you can imagine must have been tough, but the final result of it was a wonderful documentary, all shot on foot by herself. Why it’s important for this film to be on this list is because Karen did this without the help of any friends or family, with a Canon 550D and did not miss a single beautiful moment that was worth putting on film. Realizing that a car traveling at 70 kmph will reach the same destination as her in 1 hour, for what will take her 3 days to reach is not really a morale booster. But then, maybe that is the point of solo travel.
Her message: “Pack your stuff, buy that ticket and live, explore, discover! It’s always worth it!”
Travel has the power to change you.
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“Sell your stuff. Travel. Die happy.”