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Written by Katie Marzullo
 
We all have a bucket list. Mine involves a restaurant in France, a great white shark, and a menu from The Fat Duck (not at the same time though)… Too many people never get the chance to tick off any items from their list, which is why the boys of MTV’s “The Buried Life” (Jonnie Penn, Ben Nemtin, Duncan Penn, and Dave Lingwood) decided to take things into their own hands, hitting the road to fulfill their own 100 Things To Do Before You Die, help others fulfill theirs, and get the whole thing on film.
 
But it doesn’t stop there. The creators behind the show have partnered up with Contiki Vacations to spread their influence to a group of four remarkable young people and help make their dreams come true, which we get to witness via a new webseries.
 
The first installment of the series, released yesterday, follows Brianna Olguin, a painter’s daughter from New Mexico who dreams of visiting Italy and seeing the works of all the classic artists that inspire her father. Enter “The Buried Life” and Contiki to whisk her away to one of the most historic locations on the planet on the trip of a lifetime. Check out her journey below:
 
 
 
More videos are on the way, and you can get a sneak peek of what’s to come in the teaser below:
 
 
 
Do you have a lifelong dream burning inside you too? Click here to tell your story, and maybe YOU will be featured on the next episode of “The Buried Life”!
 
(Photo via The Buried Life)
 
- Katie Marzullo, YH Staff Editor
katie@younghollywood.com