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When Simon Williams was a young man he dreamed he would spend his years avoiding responsibility travelling the world. His only regret, that he would not have enough time to create sufficient havoc. Eventually a lifetime of misadventures catches up to him.
From being trapped in a plane with broken landing gear high above the Grand Canyon, to facing arrest in Hong Kong for holding up traffic in a bathrobe, to being accosted by three aggressive locals while entering a men's washroom in New Delhi Airport, you won't find stories like these on the Travel Channel.
These are one man's enthralling adventures of wandering the planet with explanations on exactly how not to act and what not to say when you find yourself in a hairy situation.
Nobody travels like this anymore. Maybe for good reason. Simon Williams doesn't go looking for trouble, but when he finds it he can't keep his big, sarcastic mouth shut.
Travelling - it leaves you speechless then turns you into story tellers. Ibn Battuta Drinking also helps.