If you were Prime Minister what things would you change?
I would make a year of travel after formal education a compulsory part of growing up, with state funding for those who need it.
If you won the lottery what would you do?
I’d start a bricks-and-mortar community in a quiet, rural location for adventurer-traveller-storytellers who are away regularly but need flexible accommodation, working space and like-minded company to do what they do best when they’re ‘home’.
Your worst habit?
I work too long hours when I’m home, and don’t spend anywhere near enough time with my friends and family.
If you were to live in another country where would you pick?
I already do – Armenia! But if not, I’d consider Canada, Iran or New Zealand.
As a time traveller where would you pick, what era and to see who?
I’d go back to the Big Bang in order to figure out exactly what happened in that first second of our universe’s existence.
What is your favourite invention and why?
The bicycle. It takes what we’ve evolved to do – to use our minds and muscles to cover ground – and multiplies our efficiency by adding the one thing that evolution will never come up with on its own: the wheel.