Movies That Urge You To Travel Solo
When was the last time you traveled somewhere alone? Now you'd ask why to travel alone. You may have a family to travel with or your life partner and friends, but travelling with them is one thing and travelling solo is a whole different story. While travelling with others you have to compromise on many things, like travelling with your life partner doesn't allow you to open up to experiences to meet new people. Same, while travelling with family may not allow you to travel to those parts where danger or thrill takes you, it'll always be someplace safe and family friendly. But, travelling solo gives you the freedom you're entitled to, it allows you to whatever shit you wanna do. You may start the day by going to some place and end up somewhere you didn't plan for. And that's how you find new experiences, people, different places and new values in life. If this isn't enough to entice you, then surely watching these movies will get you going to pack your bags and start your journey TODAY.
1) Into The Wild
Alexander SuperTramp, a boy who dreamed to live in the wilderness of "Alaska" and he did achieve it. Based on a true story of Christopher McCandles, a recent college graduate who gives away his life saving and hitchhikes to Alaska. He meets all kinds of people along the way, which had their own stories. His story will surely leave you with a lot of emotions.
2) The MotorCycle Dairies
The Motorcycle Diaries is an awe-inspiring dramatization of Che Guevera's motorcycle road adventure, way before he became a legendary Latin American revolutionary. Not only will this biopic show you how Che became an iconic commander, but it will give you glimpses of a handful of stunning places in South America as well.
3) Eat, Pray, Love
If you haven't seen the movie or read the book, there's no doubt you've heard all about it! Eat Pray Love has been adequately adapted into film thanks to the talented Julia Roberts who plays the role of Liz, a middle-aged woman who leaves her life in the USA behind for a life in Italy, India and Bali, at least for the short term.
Reese Witherspoon donned a pair of ill-fitting hiking boots and a giant backpack for her role as Cheryl Strayed, a writer who trekked 1,100 miles on the Pacific Crest Trail after the devastating loss of her mother.
5) Secret Life Of Walter Mitty
This film tells the typical story of a man working a monotonous job, looking to branch out and actually live his life. It's a lot of fun and takes in some great destinations!
6) The Darjeeling Limited
The Darjeeling Limited is a wacky film about three wealthy, spoiled brothers taking an overland train trip through India. They haven't spoken in a year, and the trip is supposed to heal and bond them again. It doesn't imply to go solo but surely invoke the feeling to mend the broken relationships in your life.
Queen follows the journey of Rani (Kangana Ranaut) a young Delhi woman, who goes on a solo honeymoon when her wedding is canceled. Rani goes through a metamorphosis, from naive to independent, after she discovers what she really wants.
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