Cowboys, Fishermen, and Monks: Bitten By 3rd World Wanderlust, Tom Mattson
Tom Mattson

Cowboys, Fishermen, and Monks: Bitten By 3rd World Wanderlust

Forced to not speak a word for 10 days straight, watching a stranger die while ice climbing, pulled off the street to officiate a beauty pageant, hanging from the outside of the TranSiberian Express as it sped across Siberia, and more …

700 days, 39 countries. Tom Mattson traveled extensively. He was a cowboy in Australia, a fisherman in Alaska, and a monk in India. And that was only the beginning. Over the course of time, he became skilled at negotiating with Indians, able to feel the ecstasy of light passing through his body, and rode more than 7000 miles on his motorcycle, almost killing himself several times.

The journey evolved into a quest for how to attain permanent happiness and fulfillment in life. A question he finally learned the answer to…

These stories, high-altitude and intimate, will take you into escape, the wilderness, and the wide glittering world. It will kickstart your travel lust and put the winds of change at your back once again.
466 printed pages
Original publication



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