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    As anybody watched this TV documentary show in which actors Ewan McGregor and Charley Boorman travel around the world from London to New York, eastward, on their bikes?

    I'm really liking it. For those who watched the show what do you reckon are their respective MBTI types?

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    Someone on here guessed ENFP for Ewan McGregor back in the day.

    Interesting aside: my friend Alena is from Magadan, the nearly-inaccessible town in the Russian Far East that figures prominently in the Long Way Round.
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    Ah yes. That's a peculiar place to live in to be sure.

    So does anyone any similar series? I've just realized I have never given it much thought but I love tv shows about traveling. I'm already trying to get to see Long Way Down by the same two guys but I need more!!!

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    We also loved Long Way Round and have Long Way Down next up on our list!

    There's a fantastic series done by a German photographer who visited all the world's deserts on his motorcycle. Sorry can't remember the name. He produced a book of photographs as well as the video series.
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