Plan Sea prepares for the unexpected, with back up plans to ensure safe and seamless travels and survival.
Despite initially setting out on a "short" 3 month trip, Sea has since given up his Melbourne life altogether, and is now traveling indefinitely. This year's adventures have taken him through Europe, an unexpected spiritual journey through India, the magical utopia of Auroville, three Burning Man events, South Korea and South East Asia, from camping at beaches, national parks and a Danish quarry, to penthouses in Amsterdam and the Czech Republic, and even a night on the streets of Seoul. 18 countries in all so far.
Sea shares his top travel tips, demonstrating their impact along the way. The book covers trip planning, secrets to finding the best deals on flights and lodging, running projects on the road, emergency money and cryptocurrency, long distance relationships (and break ups), and how travel makes a lasting impact on one's own place in the world.
Ready for your own sea change? It starts with a dream, and making the first plans for your one way ticket to adventure.
S.E. Ansley (Sea) was born in London to a Canadian mother and New Zealander father, and has lived all over the world. In 2014, Sea's life-changing world trip began with an epic three month voyage through South America, and his first Burning Man.
A web developer freelancer and consultant since 2000, Sea is the founder and CEO of Mother.Domains, and the lead writer and editor of digitalnomad.blog. His side projects include writing, making music, art and film, coaching, festivals and Burns, public speaking at international conferences, and living a flexible, adventurous lifestyle, running his projects on the road for 4+ years.
Plan Sea is his second book, following his satirical novel about a utopian city of dogs published as an 18-year old. He is currently working on the sequel, in cinematic and orchestral form, The Dogs Live On.
Sea's mission is to help elevate consciousness in society, and bring a peaceful, fairer world, for us all.
Plan Sea is due for a September 2018 release, available internationally in paperback and ebook editions. A book tour through Europe from September through December is in the works.
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