I think the most valuable lesson I’ve had is probably just having to put my faith in other people, really, and [to] trust other people. Because when you’re out in places that you might think are a bit dodgy, you know, you have to still trust people, that people are going to look after you. And I’ve been lucky because the places I’ve been – some of the most dangerous places in the world – people have tended to be very hospitable and looked after me.
I interviewed explorer and author Levison Wood in the lead-up to the launch of the San Miguel Rich List 2017, a celebration of rich experience over material wealth. Please note that Spindle Magazine’s older articles have now been archived.