Despite setting out on a “short” three-month trip, Sea has since departed expensive Melbourne life entirely, still traveling indefinitely – presently locked down in Goa, India. The past three-plus years of adventures included road trips through Europe, an unexpected spiritual journey in India, the magical utopia of Auroville, two Burning Man festivals, three Vipassana courses, South Korea and South East Asia, camping at tropical beaches, national parks and a Danish quarry, a penthouse in Amsterdam, underground clubs in Berlin, mountain lodges in Poland, sleeping on the streets of Seoul, Sri Lanka during the bombings, and falling off a speeding Mumbai train. Almost all on a budget of less than 120 per week.
Sea shares his core life lessons and travel tips along the way. The book covers the fine line between traveller and homeless, concerts and festivals, digital nomadism, long-distance relationships (and breakups), following premonitions to manifest dreams (and survival), and how travel can make a
lasting impact on one’s place in the world
Ready for your own sea change? It starts with a dream, and making plans for your one-way ticket to adventure.