Would you walk around the world with your dog?

Would you walk around the world with your dog?

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Who better to see the world with than your best friend? Especially when your best friend is a dog. Tom Turcich of New Jersey and his adorable pooch Savannah have walked over 18,000 miles through the United States, Mexico, Costa Rica, Chile, Italy, Turkey and dozens of other countries over the past five years. It’s been a life-changing adventure. They’ve survived hardship, and they’ve experienced the kindness of strangers along the way. And they’ve still got miles to go.

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Vocabulary chunks to learn from video :

  • Across 35 different countries
  • Over the past five years
  • Off the beaten track
  • How fleeting life was
  • Make the most of things
  • To travel and experience humanity
  • An extra pair of shoes
  • A few essential items
  • To embark on this journey
  • An adoption canter
  • They crossed their first border into Mexico
  • 24 miles a day for 72 days
  • They faced some challenges
  • Super humid
  • Some locals helped them
  • The power of beauty in the kindness of complete strangers
  • A cross road
  • Gave us dinner and put us up
  • They took a boat to Antarctica
  • Everything in abundance
  • A magical place
  • I thought I knew a lot about myself
  • Little villages in the desert in the mountains in the jungle
  • Spend time with their family
  • That’s universal
Turn your 100 years on this planet into 1000

Turn your 100 years on this planet into 1000

[Kenny Laubbacher]
Vocabulary to learn after watching the video
  • I don’t know where all that time went
  • I just blinked and I was eighty
  • Building a routine in my 30s
  • Do  something radically different
  • It scares the crap out of me
  • Change my brain chemistry
  • The routine is the enemy of time
  • It makes it fly by
  • Your brain is awake and turned on
  • Every passing second
  • The muscle is activated
  • Your brain figured  out the pattern of how the world works
  • Travel wakes up your brain
  • Every hill I cross over
  • I want to be aware of every day I’m alive
  • I want to make it to 85 and be exhausted
  • Alive and awake every singe day
  • That is the duty of being adult
  • You choose adventure for  your own  life
  • Getting out of your routine
  • A bike trip
  • I don’t want the calendar to be my boss
  • A mind and a soul that is wide awake
  • It turns your 100 years on this planet into 1000



Trust yourself completely

Trust yourself completely



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