Sir Ian McKellen and George Takei have already voiced support for the incredible project.
Urban Exploration (also called Urbex or simply UE) might be one of the most extreme hobbies that exist. If asked, urban explorers would tell you this is more than just a hobby, it is a way of living and thinking.
This post was originally published on the author's blog: Aristotle at Afternoon Tea. Our lives are postcards of condensed
What do you say during your last few minutes "on Earth"? Things will break. We will not. How I know that I just can't say. I think it's because we prefer to laugh more than we like just about anything else. Even science. Even being astronauts for a year during NASA's longest planned Mars simulation.
Unless you are already a diligent journaler during trips, you are probably forgetting most of what you did on your last voyage abroad (you know it's true!).
Ok, alright, it is not really hitchhiking, as you have to pay some dough for your way -- but it is cheaper than train, planes and rented automobiles -- the next best thing after bicycling.
Reconnecting ourselves to our mother tongue, our chants and song, a conscientiousness of our socioeconomic and political standings have provided a cumulative movement of the strengthening of our indigeneity.