6. Hitching Home: The Road To Samarkand.

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Stray BOB : I learned two lessons at this wedding: 1. Don`t drink loads of vodka. Drink some. 2. SD cards are your babies, take care of them. I was stumbling around th wedding trying to make room by deleting old videos i didn`t think I needed, but In the end I gave up and missed out on great footage. Plus it would of helped piece together the evening. I did a speech - I don`t know what i said and neither did anyone else in the room but it seem to go down well. I danced with a lady that wasn`t a stripper, more of a jiggler, she jiggled bits and everyone was throwing money at her (not coins). And then I woke up in the garden, apparently I wanted to sleep outside. I wasn't hungover, just not sober for a couple of day`s. Trying to edit drunk footage is a terrible task. In the end I just uploaded, I couldnt watch it any longer. Thanks a lot for watching and your lovely comments! Bob

rasmus9311 : I dunno but the different frame size each video kinda makes it more special just because it's so genuine and you are still learning the editing program, but you don't care and still release it and the video is awesome regardless because of the content in the video. Love the sound/music choices. Keep doing you, you are a good man! Inspiring

Moriarty Vivaldi : You're aspect ratio is different every video :P

TwoTakes : I'd say the pervasive themes of this series so far are beautiful mountains, very friendly people, and inappropriate footwear. Keep em coming!

triple785 srt : Hey Bob, would you mind if I submitted some subs/captions for your videos? I can speak fluent Russian which is what prompted this but also I'd really love to contribute an English transcript also.

triple785 srt : *sees new upload from StrayBob* Brb lemme just literally drop everything I'm doing and watch this.

hisham habib : Congrats on 20K, your video editing has improved. Great content! Keep up the good work and good luck on your journey. You should do an AMA on Reddit!

ICULookin : ooof an English liver is tough but not Soviet/Central Asia tough mate

# : I love how the camera work got progressively worse the more drunk you got.

Nams : You got fantastic music taste. Thanks again for another inspiring video Bobby!

Morgan Glover : This shit is just so wholesome and good. I'm so glad I found your stuff

Monsieur John : Would you be willing to do an AMA on Reddit, someday? There are so many questions I'd like to ask...

James Williams : Man ... your videos never fail to put a smile on my face.

Robin : I never comment on a video dude, but I really gotta say that I love your vids! You've really inspired me to save up money and go out there and do it myself. I'm planning a trip to Thailand in 6 months and I'm hitchhiking back to Sweden. If you're ever in Sweden, I'll buy you a beer!

O M : Every video makes me want to go away and travel in the middle east!

Samurilla : Keep 'em coming. Definitely one of the more interesting vlogs.

Mute : This channel has taught me I really need to drop everything and travel after college

Drew Richardson : Question: How do you typically communicate with people while hitchhiking? Any big misunderstanding (Sorry if you have already discussed this, have not seen all videos but loving the ones I've seen already.)

skypjuh : I read *Zanarkand* when I first opened the notifications tray

The_Sad_Wallet : Your videos are definitely some of the best on YouTube. Everything from your cinematography to your editing and personality. Hope to see more in the future❤️

aroundtheworls : Father is probably a local bigwig there given the size of the wedding and that fancy S-class!

arottenpickle : I love your editing style, keep em coming!

thesecondislander : Dude did you honestly have no editing experience prior to this series? Cause you're a natural, this shit is like a movie. Love the audio and the kinetic typography!

adam jones : I love the way this is filmed on a shitty camera, with a totally random aspect ratio. Also your music selection is so on point! I think you're from Manchester, would be awesome to meet up for a pint if you make it home.

Dale Walker : Has anyone ever told you your videos look like Wes Anderson films? Great stuff mate, keep it up.

koopification : Awesome opening tune.

Neil M : Did they comprehend "Manchester", or did you need to reel-off the names of Utd players? Or bang-out some Oasis?

2waros Waros : I was well surprised by the fact that i was so happy seeing you upload a new video. 6th in the series and probably the most authentic, genuine and heartwarming thing I have seen in a long long time. Keep up the good work as it is refreshing and beautiful. P.S Your attitude and pov is on a different level, keep it up

Will Darling : is StrayBoB on Patreon ? I'd chuck a few quid to help make time for more vids like these. Could even specify fund is for time/planetickets/cameras, but never to be spent on footwear!

Ravedave5 : Your editing is so good.

LordManhattan : Love your editing style!

holy sm0ke5 : Do you smoke weed? and if so, did you score any weed in those lesser known places?

S 2 : I'm calling it now. 1 million subscribers by this time next year.

Blake Armin : I haven't heard Roots Manuva in forever! You get cooler all the time, man.

Matthew : The Pamirs look a world away now, don't they!

Robert Johnson : Thank you for capturing moments I'll never get to experience! Superb content!!

Christopher Langan : I had forgotten about this, but then I remembered it because I like it so much. No rush, but please upload more when you get the chance!

Ross Paxton : You really have an amazing talent, your editing style and music is so real and raw. Great story once again, can't get enough of it. Thanks for sharing! Makes me want to see the world more.

Gray Juan : Awesome video! I don't know if you have considered it or tried it before, but adding your reflections on this part of your journey to the end of each video sounds like it would be cool. Much love, your journey inspires me to go out and travel myself.

Any Storey : I love the new text panels, they are so colorful. You look like you are having a fantastic time and thank you for sharing so the people out there who are gearing up for their leap can live vicariously through you! Keep on keeping on

Jamie Alston : Class Bobs! They keep getting better man 👍🏻

Neil M : Probably the best one yet!! Loving this vids, chief! Keep them coming!

Adam Soothill : Mr Lowe, I'm loving every second of this. Catch up when you're back in P-town

Shadow1Foxx : I'm learning to leave a like before I even start your videos! Good shit and cheers man, thanks for the great entertainment and motivation.

James Bryan : Check your render settings.

Ichizu : Absolutely love the films Bob, hopefully you'll find some time to edit the other footage you're sitting on!

Matt Hart : Bob, you're fantastic I feel your travelling brings out the best in the worlds people. the story of Stray Bob out in the world is huge and massive and vast, but at the same time it so personal and we get to enjoy on the level you do in such a raw way, well that is, whatever you end up sharing with the world. Never stop filming! every clip is an adventure!

Farley : I think what I like the most about this series is how raw it is. It's just honest footage of you hitchhiking, showing us what you see as you go through these countries. None of that over the top attention grabbing stuff that plagues the rest of Youtube. Keep it up man.

luke thompson : right bobsy a few things... 1. very deliberate use of the song witness the fitness at the start.... love it 2. some of the finest editing i have ever seen... kudos and 3. did you ever either catch or throw that baby.... and if so was it easier to catch or throw? all the best lid

weaversarms : I want to meet the 1 person who downvoted this video