What would happen if a traveller only visited locations in a city, region or country that had been chosen completely at random?
The concept of travelling in a random manner is not new but people usually prefer to buy high quality guidebooks to help them identify the particular places that they would like to visit on their own personal journeys. A few prefer not to use guidebooks at all but to follow their instincts and perhaps the advice gleaned from fellow travellers that they happen to meet on the way.
But what if the five, ten or fifty places to be visited have been chosen by drawing letters of the alphabet from a hat to identify the first letters of each location? And then and only then are the actual place names revealed and their location on the map identified. And to add a necessary degree of discipline each and every place must be visited however uninteresting or remote it may seem to be. No convenient substitutions allowed, no deletions, no ifs or buts. A recipe for disaster surely? At least a waste of precious time and precious funds?
Follow Sas and Bro on their 50 day odyssey covering 60 randomly selected locations in New Zealand. And find out what they discovered on their random journey.