Man Quits Job After 3 Years Of Saving To Travel The World And High Five A Camera

To travel the world and experience new wonders is arguably one of the top human desires. One man fulfills his own dream by traveling to 36 countries and high-fiving his camera in a little over one year after quitting his job.

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"36 countries in a little over a year," said Craig Lewis in the caption of his video. "I worked and saved for 3 years and quit to travel the world. I hitchhiked, couch surfed, slept in airports, train aisles, floors, anywhere I needed to.

I volunteered in Africa and flew wing suits in California. I trekked to Mt Everest base camp and Base jumped off antennas in England.

I made mates for life all around the world. This is the story of my trip! Thanks to everyone who was a part of it, it wouldn't have been the same without you!"

Lewis' trip began in Millau, France where he gave the camera a high five before jumping out of an airplane. He is a base jumper, skydiver and wingsuit diver according to his Instagram page that's full of photos from his travels around the world.

Traveling to a new country is a big deal for many but Lewis traveled to 36. He's pretty much got the general population of the world trumped.

The amazing and colorful video shows the people that he's met and a few adventures he had along the way.

His final stop was London and while we aren't sure what the high five symbolized for the video, we'd like to think that it has something to do with being a free, friendly and adventurous individual.

Check out the awesome travel video of a man high fiving his camera in 36 different country.

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