Do you hate the feeling that borders are hardening all around the world, dividing people up instead of uniting them? Do you love the joy of travel and human connection and new friends and spontaneous adventure? Well then my friend Grant (pictured above at 3am in our hotel room in Berlin) has launched a Kickstarter for a new travel show that's right up your alley.
Called "International Roaming," its format is: Grant, the world's most spontaneous Englishman, asks a random person on the street: where's a place you've always dreamed of traveling to? He then offers to accompany them and pay for it, as long as they can leave THAT VERY DAY! Travel is booked, hijinks ensue, and the whole thing is filmed for your enjoyment.
But it doesn't stop there! At the dream destination of the first subject, the process is repeated with another stranger, then the whole gang goes to THEIR dream destination, where it's repeated with a third stranger! It's sure to be an epic clusterfuck of hopscotch misadventure, truly testing the limits of all involved, and showing how small our big world is (or how big our small world is?)
Anyway, I've traveled around the world with Grant, and if *anyone* could pull this off it's him. In a moment of weakness I *may* have also offered to go along and film it if he really crushed his Kickstarter goal, and I HATE spontaneous travel, so if you really want to see me suffer, throw tons of money at the link in his bio, and follow: @internationalroamingshow