The world has always been filled with most extraordinary vagabonds, explorers, wanderers, and travelers.
Vago Damitio is the master of Micro Victories. He is a free vagabond radical having fun and pissing on the accepted and the expected. .
Earlier this year, before her 1st birthday, my daughter had the opportunity to visit the real home of Santa Claus.
The greatest adventurer of all time for me is the Moroccan vagabond, Ibn Battuta. He not only traveled everywhere in his known world, but he wrote about it in ways that no one before him had. Ibn Battuta’s journey lasted 29 years, so by Moroccan standards, my wife should be understanding of this current journey I’m on.
It might be pushing it to call Ponce de Leon a vagabond since he was a career soldier, but in terms of dreams and adventure, certainly he fits the bill as someone who not only traveled broadly, but was foolish enough to chase the fountain of youth.
The Dalai Lama was listed as the second most spiritual person on Earth by the Watkins Review. Many films and novels have been inspired by the Dalai Lama’s life and no wonder: it is a very amazing life indeed.
Pytheas was the first sailor to record a trip to Britain, where I am now. We could say that he ‘discovered’ Britain, though like saying Columbus discovered America
f you start a conversation about either Eudoxus or Cyzicus – you are likely to immediately asked Who? What? or Huh?