A LONG, LONG TIME AGO, there were two people who looked very much like yourselves… – so begins “A story for tomorrow,” a portrait of five weeks in Chile and Patagonia.
As a white dude who meandered around South America’s nether regions I am held rapt by the narrator who sounds a lot like the accordion playing owl who narrates Rango.
It’s almost always better to get some latino scholar with gravel in his throat to recite your script than record it yourself in the back of your Mazda Miata.
This is all to say, I think this video is awesome and you should watch it.
Video created by gnarly bay productions
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Joshywashington is a Travel Media Ninja from Seattle who enjoys writing, climbing trees and strong coffee.
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