The Aventuriers Voyageurs set sail for Andalusia

entertainment. A favorite destination of Quebecers in Spain, Andalusia is sure to charm its visitors with its beaches on the Costa del Sol and romantic villages and towns like Seville. Les Aventuriers Voyageurs will present a film about this sunny region at the RGFM Drummondville cinema on January 18th at 7pm and February 5th at 1pm.

Nestled between the sea and the mountains, the wonderful region of Andalusia is sure to enchant. People will discover there historical wealth, contrasting landscapes and will be seduced by endless olive groves. During the show, people will discover the true love story between Pascal and Vicky, expats from Quebec and Andalusia today.

For a taste just watch the movie trailer on the site: Those interested can book their tickets directly from the cinema.

Made by Quebec expats

In 2018, Vicky and Pascal, also known as Bedouins in Love, decided to drop everything to travel the world. These former financial services professionals have decided to trade suits and suits for backpacks and cameras in order to share their adventures, week after week, on their travel blog, social networks and via travel movies.

This is their second Les Aventuriers Voyageurs film. The first presents their world tour when they traveled through Greece, Portugal and Spain, and spent more than six months in Southeast Asia in Singapore, the Philippines and Indonesia. They also made the hop to South America and an overland trip on the American West Coast.

They’re doing it again, this time by dedicating their new film to one of their favorite regions in Spain: beautiful Andalusia. Their love affair with this region has lasted so long and their shared passion for inspiring people is truly contagious! These loving nomads will charm you with their originality, sense of humor and love of life and travel!

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After spending several months from one country to another, they have now moved to Mexico in the Baja California region where they continue their work remotely, in the warmth!

For them, it’s never too late to start a project, you can never dream too much and above all, there’s no better time than now to make your dreams come true. (Liter)

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About the Author: Aldina Antunes

"Praticante de tv incurável. Estudioso da cultura pop. Pioneiro de viagens dedicado. Viciado em álcool. Jogador."

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