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Overland travel from Australia to London in the UK without one single flight. A summary of the first chapter of my No Air To Everywhere adventure.
Tyral’s love for abandoned buildings had already seen us chased by the police in Moldova, so I was a little hesitant in doing another. Yet here I stood..
No Air To Everywhere
Traveling the world without flying
This is the massive overland journey that lead to the creation of this website. Having never sailed before, I (Ty - Lost Aussie) hitched a ride on a sail boat out of Australia in 2014. With the goal to eventually complete an entire lap without ever flying, (still not finished). Buses, trains, ferries, motorbikes, pushbikes, hitchhiking... pretty much anything and everything EXCEPT airplanes.
date left Australia
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No Air To Everywhere - YouTube Series
All the adventures and misadventures from this ongoing (3+ years) overland journey around the world without flying have been recorded. The slow editing phase has begun and soon it will be released in weekly episodes on YouTube.
Everything from sailing through Indonesia, riding a motorbike through Vietnam, taking the Trans Siberian railway through Mongolia/Russia, Hitchhiking Europe, to Sailing 15,000 nm across the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans has been recorded… with plenty more adventures still to happen!
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You learn a thing or two getting lost
A list and break down of all the major websites on the internet aimed at connecting crew and skippers. If you want to find yourself a boat and sail the seas, start here.
Although there is something exciting about boarding a plane, watching hours worth of free movies, having a terrible upright sleep and waking up a few hours later in a completely foreign country, ditching air travel altogether opens up so many more opportunities.
Everything you need about the Thakhek Loop in Laos. Lonely Planet calls it the Tha Khaek Loop, some call it
Albania, easily one of the most beautiful countries I have ever visited. Mountain ranges so breath takingly beautiful, covered in greenery and rolling down right to the cliff of the ocean, the brightest shade of turquoise, the clearest water I have ever seen.
Who are the lost aussies?
My name is Ty aka lost aussie and I've been living the drifters life since 2010. Together with my partner Hannah and occasionally some adventurous friends, we use this space to share all our stories, videos and advice from random worldly adventures.
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