A young adventurer asks himself:
"What is it that you really want in your life?"
The answer is ‘less stress, more time’. To have this he must do without many of the things... More > that cost him so much money, work less and provide for 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 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, he know longer knows how to live in it. A mammoth true story to quench the eager thirsts of professional travellers and inspire up and coming gapsters alike.< Less