Late 80s Mercedes (A Moto Adventure)

By: eslclaudie

Jun 09 2015

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Fodenvensel Studios

In April we met up with our friend Joel in Ho Chi Minh City, bought three motorcycles and embarked upon the adventure of a lifetime: a two-month road trip through Vietnam and Laos. With stunning scenery, strange and delicious food, dense jungle, several crashes, boat rides, funny hats and lots of coffee, this short film captures our lives through a speedy series of snapshots and will leave you breathless. Joel and David have collaborated to bring you this masterpiece.

Please note: this video contains language that may not be suitable for youngsters or those who take offense to the word “bitch.”

Oh my goodness.

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