Despite a reaction to leukaemia leaving him in a wheelchair as a child, Albert Casals has spent the past eight years travelling in over 80 countries.
Meet Simon, a true adventurer in every sense of the word. Relying very little on money, he has travelled overland across 16 countries in the past two years.
Kira, Sven and their dog Tulku set off on a bike ride from Patagonia to Alaska in September 2013. We caught up with them in Colombia to find out more.
Jason travels without money or any fixed destination. He creates signs that make people smile on the street – to him, this is worth more than money.
Anica has been a nomad for 13 years and amongst other adventures all over the world, cycled across Europe on a solar powered bike in 2013.
At 20, Tom went hitchhiking to India without money and wrote a book about it. He has travelled in 50 countries and hitchhiked over 20,000km in his travels.
I knew nothing of India. The winding bazaars, the immense willpower, the pungent aroma, the heat, the cold, the filth, the beauty, the tragedy and the love.
Zita and Arpi have travelling for the past three years in over 38 countries covering almost 40,000km; using a bike as their primary means of transport.
Travel means something different to everyone. What does travel mean to us? Where is home? What are we chasing? Are we chasing anything at all?
Rose is a citizen of the world. Originally from Australia, she left home at 15 and has been travelling for 11 years – she now has a ton of wisdom to share with us.
Two hitchhikers, 27,000km, 11 months, a backpack and a smile. Ania and Jon are avid travellers who are planning to hitchhike to Europe from Turkey via Iran, Central Asia, China, Mongolia and Russia.
Self-confessed ‘good girl’ Amaia finished education and has since travelled in over 30 countries for the past four years – she rarely relies on money.
Twenty-one-year-old Shirine Taylor and her partner Kevin from Canada are on a pedal-powered mission around the world.