Sebastian “Baz” Kath is a 30-year-old man-child, perpetually on the cusp of growing up, with no intention of ever actually getting there. He is a teacher by profession, but a nomadic wanderer in practice, always looking for the next challenge or adventure, and sometimes relying on his older siblings to bail him out of trouble. He currently lives his life out the way that others see fit – by asking strangers and friends – What Should Baz Do?
He changes careers frequently. The only long-term constants are to explore the world and to fulfil a love of writing & (mis)adventure.
Travel – Education – Adventure – Philosophy – Hiking – Camping – Sustainability – Human Interest Stories – Environment – Humanity – Animal Welfare
Australia + Austria + Bali + Brazil + Germany + India + St. Maarten + Switzerland + United States + United Kingdom
An American Werewolf In Bali
I twisted the scooter’s throttle hard and wove through the busy streets of Canggu, struggling to keep up with the local pseudo-celebrity leading the way. The late afternoon sun was dying behind us, but Bali’s thick, hot air intensified with the knowledge that I wore a dead girl’s jacket… READ MORE
Is India As Scary As People Say?
WHAT SHOULD BAZ DO
It was after 1am as I stepped out into the eerily still alleyway and set off in search of my hotel. I’d only arrived by train in Udaipur at 10pm that night and, after sharing a tuk-tuk into town with another traveler, had wound up sitting on their hostel rooftop watching Diwali fireworks and speaking nonsense for three hours… READ MORE
A Loose Guide To Canggu – Guidebook
For all of you with the travel bug itching to get to Canggu, Bali, we’ve gone and created a guide book to make your trip that much easier! A group of confused but eager travel writers have fallen off their motorbikes, suffered through Bali belly and got lost just so you won’t have to… READ MORE
Nudity, Goosebumps, & Initial Inspiration
WHAT SHOULD BAZ DO
I sprawled out in the sunshine, topless and bare-bottomed, on a towel that I’d laid down on the freshly mowed grass to keep me from getting itchy. The rhythmic chak-chak-chak of a sprinkler, set up at the other end of the front yard, dominated any other background noises of animals mooing or barking at one another by the dam and the farm tractor working a hillside across the gully… READ MORE