Transcript for Man Travels the World With No Money
A special story. A man on a remarkable mission. He's traveling around on a vintage motorcycle. Here is why. He's making a trip with no money, relying solely on the kindness of strangers. Take a look. You may be wondering to yourself, who is this? And what is that? Leon, on kindness one, that leon says is like air force one. His goal, an around the world trip fueled by kindness. No money. No food. No set place to stay. I'll help you. Reporter: Just the generosity of the human spirit to keep him going. The journey so far, in las vegas, a family gave him food and a place to sleep. How are you? Reporter: In nebraska, cowboys let him stay at the farm. Does he understand english? Reporter: And threw in rodeo lessons, as well. And in pittsburgh, he met tony, a homeless man that offered to let him sleep in an old garage. And shared his food, to boot. Just how far can kindness get you? One man on a yellow motorcycle is determined to find out. And leon and kindness one right here in times square. Here in new york, right now. You have to head over to spain. Tell us more about your trip across the united states. Cowboys? Absolutely. It was amazing. I started in l.A. We lied entirely on the kindness of strangers. No money in your pockets? Nothing? I had food, accommodations, travel, gas, everything. The american people have been absolutely fantastic. Even a homeless man sharing his garage with you. It was so inspiring. So humbling for me, that this man -- I have nothing. The people in pittsburgh hadn't And he offered me a place to stay. He gave me food. He gave me some clothes. And he inspired me. This is a man with nothing at all. And your doing it to raise awareness and raise funds for make-a-wish international. It's for kids that have life-threatening illnesses. We're raising money for them. You're an incredibly trusting person. I try to be. I try to be. Sometimes I'm in a little bit of denial, I must tell you. But it's all about inspiring other people and being inspired myself. I used to be a broker in london, sitting behind a desk, working 12-hour days. It wasn't for me. And I traveled the world and connected with people. That's what it's all about. Connection, heart-to-heart. We've been asking people all day long on twitter, to share us their acts of kindness. It's happening across the web right now. You can't to do it every day. Good luck in europe. Thank you so much. Thank you so much, george.
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