On a trip around the world, every day feels like Saturday. "A Map for Saturday" reveals a world of long-term, solo travel through the stories of trekkers on four continents; teenagers and senior citizens who wondered, "What would it be like to travel the world?" Then did it.
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Reviewed in the United States on December 11, 2016
really well done. I have years of memories that include travel throughout the US, Japan, Italy and more. The desert of Baja, open range in Montana and the amazing streets of Rome, London and Tokyo all make for a richer, more intense life than i've ever seen living in one place. This film puts many of the experiences into view and this guy has much to say about the lifestyle that makes sense.
It's one of the only travel movies that's about solo/hostel travel itself, not as much about the destinations. It has aged fantastically well, and I enjoy watching it every year or so. Do yourself a favor and watch it through in one sitting.
Really good film, would highly recommended to anyone who wants to travel and live I saw this shortly after studying abroad in England and since then I fell in love with Traveling Really on point about the pros and cons of solo travel (it sucks to make good friends overseas and never see them again...)
if you've been wanting to travel and want to see what to expect, then this film is right for you.