Vagabonding by Rolf Potts. It’s a short, inspiring book. There’s not a lot of practical, detailed information in this book, but he does provide references to books, web pages, magazines, etc where there’s more information than you could possibly want. He keeps the links updated on his site (http://www.vagabonding.net ), where he also answers questions and writes occasional things. The book and site are both valuable resources for anyone looking into long term travel, especially on limited funds. 8 years ago
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How I did it: At the beginning of December 2007, I sent word to a list I belong to and asked how many people would be willing host me in Australia. Some friends and people responded so I bought myself a ticket and flew to Sydney the day after X-mas day, where I was warmly and royally welcomed.
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I’ve been working too hard. All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. Although I cannot complain about what I have been doing because I really enjoy it, I need some rest from my routine. Need some real action out there, take the world in a love embrace. Need to hit the open road, get seriously lost and travel for some time without a set destination, without a goal, either on a 4×4 tout terrain or a nice motorcycle. Maybe I should change my looks as well. Radical change. How do you fancy this style? Born to be wild :-) 8 years ago