As a constantly revolving foreigner, the art of haggling is a most useful skill to master for necessity and practicality. A skill also valuable back at home.
Vagabond’s have a viciously nasty enemy that lurks in the shadows, attacking randomly and at will… we call it “Traveler’s Diarrhea“.
This photo of a sunset over Mount Agung was taken while horseback riding on the ocean floor during low tide, off the island of Gili Air in Indonesia.
Experiencing the short but tough above-the-clouds trek up the active volcano of Mount Batur in Indonesia was worth a lifetime of adventures.
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…
Illegal activities by nature are thrilling and often fun experiences but with travel, you can do some without legal risk or societal disruption.
A rare kind of romance caught me after years of chasing me across the globe and against astronomical odds by way of wanderlust.