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Two travelers traverse deserts, mountains, and valleys in search of their future.

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

Joshywashington is a Travel Media Ninja from Seattle who enjoys writing, climbing trees and strong coffee.

  • http://matadornetwork.com/ Carlo Alcos

    Bravo. Well done.

  • Consuelo Knust

    What a pity we need foreigners to learn that the land we were born is amazing,
    That’s the way my country looks like, beautiful and magnificent. ¡Viva Chile!

  • http://www.howtoliveinspain.com/ Sarah

    What amazing landscapes!

  • Sharon

    great video! love the desert dune scenes :)

  • Redsox313xc

    great video! if you don’t mind me asking, what kind of camera did you use for most of these shots?

  • Paula

    Did you like your story? … It’s amazing to reallize that at the end that’s all it matters! Thank you :-)

  • ecesy

    inspiring story line, great shoots and beautiful voice. Thanks :)

  • http://www.facebook.com/MichelleMatus Michelle Matus

    Such an amazingly beautiful shot video. I find myself watching it again and again. I can’t get enough!

  • Jamie Holloway

    Beautiful and inspiring! Further cements me wanting to give up trying to live the ‘normal’ life and begin backpacking and doing the things I truly want to do!

  • Piggy

    WOSSUM! Lation guy’s voice is just great for this… story of tomorrow. Great videography, great words, great everything. Just wonderful!

  • Cjtoomey

    Great video, keeps me motivated to push through and pull the all-nighter to write the essay so that I can do things like this in the future!

  • Echo

    This is beautiful! Would love if someone could post info on the music in the vid?, (second song is a cover of  “Skeletons“ by the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, but whose cover is it?)

    • Dave

      @ Echo, I believe one of the tracks was by Balmorhea (I may be wrong though & I’m too lazy to check)

  • Nscarmenelson2

    Happiness is everywhere

  • Doleshko

    Greetings, Amazaing people! 
    I was moved to tears watching this video, which is a pretty rare thing for a big russian yogi bear :) lolI was looking for a way to get in touch with you, but can’t find your email or contact info at your website. The reason – I’m creating a project that helps people with psychological or physical trauma to  heal while travelling. I think this video will be inspirational for them. So I’d like to ask for your permission to link it to the website.Much gratitude,Daneshdoleshko@gmail:disqus.com

  • Krys C Wanders

    <3 Loved it.

  • Victoria Shpigun Rossi

    Amazing Chile! <3

  • Alon Diąmant

    Great! Wonderful demonstration of the wonders of Chile. (Also, of the wonders of the Eduardo Avaroa Andean Fauna National Reserve on the Bolivian side, if I’m not mistaken.)

    Torres del Paine looks great, as does the volcano of Villarica, the Valle de la Luna, Valaparaiso, the Hanging Glacier (Ventisquero Colgante) and many other cool places.

    Great camera work – good shooting equipment, for sure – and good artistic vision creates an amazing video. And all of this in a short month and a half trip. Can you imagine the amount of wonders that all of South America contains?

    • Adrianna Navar Berré

      you can’t imagine, you oughtta see ‘em.

    • Alon Diąmant

      Make sure you skip Ecuador though, the natives are hostile. :)

    • Adrianna Navar Berré

      The problem wasnt all of us, but you ;)

    • Alon Diąmant

      I’m pretty sure it was you :P

  • Jessie Stackhouse

    Experiencing total body chills! Completely inpiring and beautiful. Thank YOU!

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