Five movies that will urge you to hit the road
In the first article If movies were cities or countries, I would visit these places first, I wrote about movies and places I already visited. In five movies that will urge you to travel, I am going to write about places that are still on my bucket list.
Eat, pray, love (2010): the journey to find yourself
Elizabeth Gilbert’s bestseller is one of my favourite books. I read the book twice and watched the movie several times. it’s not only about travelling and exploring the world. It’s a self-discovery. I am sure the most of you have already read the book and seen the movie, so if you haven’t been in Italy, India or Indonesia, it’s time to think about it and book your trip.
The beach (2000): Thailand and its islands
The movie is well-known and Thailand is one of the most visited countries in Asia. The little paradise where Leonardo di Caprio escapes is a place to be. Hope to visit it one day…
The movie is based on the book The Beach by Alex Garland.
Mamma Mia (2008): Abba and Greece
Greece and its heavenly beautiful islands are a top-destination for many Bulgarians (I am an exception as I’ve never been there). Many of my friends travel only to Greece because, as they say, this is the most beautiful place in the world and this is the only place on earth where they want to be…I am sure I will be in love with Greece once I visit it. After watching Mamma Mia, I immediately added Greece on my list.
Casablanca (1942): Morocco
This classic is a must-see and the country itself has a lot to offer. Morocco has been on my list for ages and I hope that one day I am going to tick it ”done”.
Who doesn’t want to go on a road trip in the USA? That’s once in a lifetime experience. A car, your hair in the air and the road from Oklahoma to Mexico. Put the belt on and go!
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