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tjpeople
Jul 13, 2007, 03:13 PM
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For seven weeks cast and crew of The Art of Travel filmed the adventure of a lifetime, hoping that audiences would enjoy taking a journey with a character like Conner, a high school graduate who finds himself, through his own doing, on a year long trip through Central and South America. Conner Layne makes his first destination Nicaragua, and much like Conner’s first days in the city of Managua, the cast and crew encountered culture shock.Anyone who travels knows the drill - anything can happen anywhere. You can get robbed in Atlanta almost easier then getting robbed in Managua, Nicaragua. But it is those first few days in a new place - whether it’s New York or Bogota - that you feel vulnerable.

Webisode 3, “Ladrones”, is a cool look into the first few days of shooting inside an amazing country where extreme beauty and poverty somehow coexist.Movie trailer/photos/info and more here (http://www.malcolminthemiddle.co.uk/?p=42).
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tjpeople
Nov 4, 2007, 08:12 PM
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What is the Darien Gap? Where is it? Why is it one of the most dangerous jungles in the world? In <em>The Art of Travel</em>, Conner Layne meets Christopher Loren and his wife Darlene. Both are leading a jeep expedition across this jungle - a trip that will last over 370 days!

There are no roads… They will need to make roads by hacking with machetes. When Conner decides to become the seventh member of the expedition, he has no idea how many friendships he will form and how he experience will change his life. To learn about the Darien Gap and the expedition, and how the film crew challenged the rain and
bugs.

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Imagine spending 370 days hacking through a jungle to make a road for a jeep, forging ahead with 6 other travelers to break a world record.

Half of The Art of Travel revolves around this kind of adventure and how Conner becomes part of it, and what he takes from it to go further on his journey to Peru and Bolivia. They fight days of pounding rain, swollen rivers, a 7 mile switch back in the mud, and more! Although it only took nearly three weeks to shoot this entire section, it was enough time for the cast and crew to realize that such a feet would be hell! The Darien Gap has been traveled by people who sought to break records in the past, but only a couple of expeditions ever pulled it off with a vehicle in tow! This section of the film is inspired by these accounts of the Darien.
Movie trailer/photos/info and more <a href="http://www.malcolminthemiddle.co.uk/2007/06/08/christopher-mastersons-francis-new-film-the-art-of-travel-trailer/">here</a>.

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