Our collective and postcolonial travel fantasies meet their imaginary realisation. Its protagonist carries the painfull self-consciousness about his privileged position within this supposed globalized world. His journey is told through inner monologues and brief dialogues, which mix and overlap into layers of a hybrid between narrative, documentary, motion graphics and found footage. At first seduced by foreign signs and the ecstatic state of exception, the protagonist increasingly looses himself within epic landscapes and peripheral wasteland. Stuck in between boredom and overload, the anxiety about ones own role within the mechanisms of postmodern travel increases.