The traveler does not use planes and spends only 8-12 dollars per day.
29-year-old Australian blogger Tiral of Dalits (Tyral Dalitz) went on a trip from Sydney and arrived in San Diego in 976 days. He reached the place of destination in vehicles, trains, motorcycles and buses, and on foot and hitchhiking.
Traveler paved the way from Australia to America in 50 countries and traveled more than 80,000 miles without stepping on a plane.
He slept on strangers couches, put up the tent in the desert and chose the “cheapest and dangerous” route because I wanted adventure. The epic journey took almost three years and cost him $ 22,000. Tiral worked on a farm to earn money. Such a complicated route he chose because he wanted to enjoy the ride not just the destination. He says he traveled more than 80,000 miles and plans to continue the journey, to the dismay of his girlfriend Hannah Altshuler, which he had not seen for nine months.
“The population of Aclands on the East coast of Australia, where I grew up has a population of 300 people. To me there is nothing to do, so I have always had the desire to leave,” said Tiral.
“Since I went forth I tanned, lost weight and made lots of friends. It was an incredible experience. The biggest lesson I have learned from all this is that everywhere there are good people in any situation, I met someone who wanted to help me.”
“Initially it was just an adventure and challenge yourself, but now I want to complete a round trip and return to Australia.” In Australia Tirala waiting for the mother and the girl.
Before you go on a trip on July 26, 2014, Tiral in the caravan and travelled around Australia, working on farms in all parts of the country.
He sailed from Australia through Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand, Laos and Cambodia and rode my bike across Vietnam. From there he went to China and Mongolia, then jumped on the train and went to St. Petersburg. He then traveled 12 months backpacking through Europe, visiting 33 countries, and arrived in London on Christmas eve. There he found in the Facebook team, which moved across the Pacific to America. They went to the Canary Islands to the Caribbean and Panama canal, Mexico, and in the end, Tiral found himself in San Diego, California, where he is now.
“Initially I just wanted to go to London without using a plane. I found a couple of retirement age, which needed help on the boat, and left Australia with them. Then I got on another boat and then another boat — all developed rapidly.
Before I left, I worked for 18 months and has accumulated about 24,000 US dollars. I had them for three years. I saved my daily budget was $ 8-12 dollars.”
“The world is not as scary as they want to show,” says the traveler.