I Travel Light: The Man Who Walked Out of the World

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A young adventurer asks himself: "What is it that you really want in your life?" The answer is ‘less work and more time’. To have this he must do without things that cost him money, learn to provide his own basic human needs, self-sufficiently. He heads off on a Gap Year to Brazil, building a tree house to live in. Sometimes a gap year is just not enough, he could really do with a 'Gap Life'. So for many years, the nomad winds himself through the weird and wonderful of the world. Living in a ruin in the mountains of Spain and becoming a fisherman in India, before getting caught up in a Tsunami. Eventually he renounces everything he owns, except for the clothes he stands in. He sets off on walkabout without even a bag or destination, wandering Eastern Europe. After a decade, he walks back into the world, to discover that he has gone so far, for so long, he know longer knows how to live in it. A mammoth true story to quench the eager thirsts of professional... More > travellers and inspire up and coming 'gapsters' alike.< Less
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First Edition (abridged)
Greenmans Books
December 5, 2014
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