Do you remember what it was to wander aimlessly around your city? What or when traveling to other places in the world and you mezclabas with thousands of strangers on its streets?
All of this sounds already a bit distant, when millions of people carry several weeks of quarantine without leaving our houses to try to slow the advance of the coronavirus.
A virtual visit to the foot of the street
In this unprecedented situation, we have rediscovered the real potential of the Internet: keep us informed, connected with our family and loved ones, and that is an inexhaustible source of entertainment.
YouTube is a good example of this, and today we will recommend a series of videos that can come in handy in this situation. This is some videos that we have the sensation of walking through different points of the world.
There are destinations are very variedand thanks that have been recorded (imagine that with a GoPro or something similar) to that of the feeling that you’re seeing everything in first person. Below you can see several examples:
Fifth avenue, New York
Los Angeles, United States
Kichijoji (Tokyo) by night
Nature walk in Virginia, united States
As we see, the quality of modern cameras makes the experience much more realistic, and I recommend to immerse themselves in these videos with headphones posts.
It may sound a bit ridiculous to be watching videos of a time in which someone is walking through a city, but the reality is that all the help is little to make it a bit more bearable these weeks in which to check much less do something as simple as a good walk.
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