Vagabond’s have a viciously nasty enemy that lurks in the shadows, attacking randomly and at will… we call it “Traveler’s Diarrhea“.
Experiencing the short but tough above-the-clouds trek up the active volcano of Mount Batur in Indonesia was worth a lifetime of adventures.
If you can suspend disbelief for a fantastical story or idea, then you can appreciate these fictional places I would kill to visit in real life.
My vagabonding journey or as it has turned into, lifestyle, began 29,952 hours ago. Three and a half years of a life nomadic and counting…
This is a continuous series of posts about random, nonspecific but typical days in the life of my vagabonding lifestyle. –view all days
‘Before I Die…‘ is a series of posts about all the things I personally want to experience and the places I want to see… before I die. – view the list
The most provocative, intense and rewarding part of travel is culture shock and with the right mindset, it can be an engagingly thrilling ride.
The heart may be the engine that keeps us alive but it’s also a device that makes us FEEL alive, like when it suddenly beats faster and harder.
The beauty of exotic travel is that it’s relative to a fault and that means there’s a whole lot of exoticness to experience in the world no matter who you are.
“Underworlds” are a provocative part of every major city but tend to be imperceivable or avoided – don’t miss these explorative opportunities.