When I hear stories such as this - people who cast off their routines and the shackles of "normal" life to do something unusual - I look back at my own life and wish I'd done something similar. I don't have European backpacking stories. The only lengthy road trip I embarked upon was an interesting and memorable experience, but it was carried out in the safety of being a professional undertaking, part of a job for which I was being paid. There was still some safety to it, some convention. One of the lessons learned here is that the universe provides when needs be, even if it by way of hard work or sacrifice. Jensen's travels and travails are both enviable and unenviable all at once, and watching him look inward as he presses onward spurs one to introspection as well. Read Full Review
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