I first read Rolf Pott’s Vagabonding: An Uncommon Guide to the Art of Long-Term World Travel many years ago, upon recommendation from Tim Ferriss. The book blew me away. Wanderlust through words, I thought. But the act of vagabonding is much more than just a lust for wandering. Vagabonding, in many ways, is about inner self-discovery, coupled with the ability to experience pure joy from the people that we surround ourselves with and the world that we live in.