For the Love of... Staying Inspired and Staying Busy

Here at FTLO, we are in full support of #stayathome so we can beat Covid-19. While we're hunkered down, we thought we'd put together some worldly ways to pass the time. Because even if we can't go anywhere right now, looking forward to our next adventure can help ease the pain.

So, on that note, we decided to crowd sourced our social followers favorite travel-inspired past times so we could share with the rest of our FTLO Community.

Internationally-inspired movies and TV shows:

ROMA

Hassan Kadam is an extraordinarily talented and largely self-taught culinary novice. When he and his family are displaced from their native India and settle in a quaint French village, they decide to open an Indian eatery. However, Madame Mallory (Helen Mirren), the proprietress of an acclaimed restaurant just 100 feet away, strongly objects. War erupts between the two establishments, until Mallory recognizes Kadam's impressive epicurean gifts and takes him under her wing.

Available to watch on Netflix, Amazon Prime, and more!


Eat Pray Love

Liz Gilbert thought she had everything she wanted in life: a home, a husband and a successful career. Now newly divorced and facing a turning point, she finds that she is confused about what is important to her. Daring to step out of her comfort zone, Liz embarks on a quest of self-discovery that takes her to Italy, India and Bali.

Available to watch on Amazon Prime, Vudu, and more!



The Hundred-Foot Journey


Hassan Kadam is an extraordinarily talented and largely self-taught culinary novice. When he and his family are displaced from their native India and settle in a quaint French village, they decide to open an Indian eatery. However, Madame Mallory (Helen Mirren), the proprietress of an acclaimed restaurant just 100 feet away, strongly objects. War erupts between the two establishments, until Mallory recognizes Kadam's impressive epicurean gifts and takes him under her wing.

Available to watch on Netflix, Amazon Prime, and more!

Whale Rider

Only males are allowed to ascend to chiefdom in a Maori tribe in New Zealand. This ancient custom is upset when the child selected to be the next chief dies at birth. However his twin sister, Pai, survives. At age 12, she enlists the help of her grandmother and the training of her uncle (Grant Roa) to claim her birthright. But to break with convention, she'll have to do the impossible: win over her ultra-traditional grandfather.