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Graham buses through South America on his record quest to visit every country in the world and contemplates life and death on the roads.

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Graham contemplates death on the road, and the risks one takes as a traveler. We trust others with our lives, whether it’s getting off the ground on an airplane or navigating a dangerous part of a new city. Of course, this is nothing new. We all do this every day. But being on the road can really put into perspective, both the risks we take in life, and why we take them.

VIDEO CREATED BY

Graham Hughes

Budget + Backpacker


 

About The Author

eric warren

Eric is a travel writer, photographer and filmaker with an unhealthy love for all things transportation.

  • http://www.bumpedthetrinket.com Busey

    Very ambitious and super rad!!!

  • http://thehobbitdvd.net Lance Panetta

    I was shown this blog by my cousin. He was totally right, thanks!

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