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Watch These Newlyweds 'Run Around The World' During 4-Month Honeymoon

Playing Watch These Newlyweds 'Run Around The World' During 4-Month Honeymoon

After their wedding, Blake MacKay and Mackenzie Fegan relocated from Brooklyn to San Francisco - but they took a slightly longer route than you might expect.

Rather than traveling across the U.S., the newlyweds headed across 16 countries in four months and created an amazing video showing them literally running around the world.

In the video, they run past monuments, across bridges and through busy streets in Japan, Thailand, Laos, Sinagpore, Chile, Uruguay, Turkey, England and many other countries.

The couple also documented their incredible trip on their blog, We Are The Macks, and Instagram page.


"Whimsical" tasting menus have the potential to be too twee by half, but our meal at Den was among our favorites...ever...on earth. Here we're eating decomposed (hah) cheesecake served in garden trowels, and we're not even mad about it. #Tokyo #✌

A photo posted by The MacKs (@wearethemacks) on May 14, 2015 at 9:18am PDT



Just a coupla Asian ladies working the rice paddies. #Laos #LuangPrabang

A photo posted by The MacKs (@wearethemacks) on Feb 9, 2015 at 6:14am PST



Today we played Hannibal. #Laos #LuangPrabang

A photo posted by The MacKs (@wearethemacks) on Feb 10, 2015 at 6:42am PST



#winter Too mean?

A photo posted by The MacKs (@wearethemacks) on Jan 13, 2015 at 10:12pm PST

Their photos show them feasting in Tokyo, gazing at waterfalls in New Zealand, hiking in Finland, visiting mosques in Istanbul and tracking down Tapas in Madrid.

The couple previously made headlines when a Facbook post announcing their engagement went viral in 2013.

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Before the relationship, MacKenzie had only dated men. In response, she created an FAQ-type post about their relationship on her profile, which was met with supportive responses from her friends online.

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