To many people that have never undertaken their own adventure, trying to comprehend how it all works is somewhat confusing. I think this is why so many people doubt that its possible. Often these doubts can be detrimental to the first time adventurer and in many cases other peoples doubts will prevent someone from even starting. Please don't let other people's worries stop you from taking on your own challenge. Break everything down into bitesize chunks and get started.
Here are some of the questions I often get asked:
Where will you sleep?
I have a tent (well, I currently don't as it went missing at the airport, but I will have). Tents are incredible in the fact that you can put it pretty much anywhere. And its cheap.
Where will you get food?
At shops. Just like you do. Apart from crossing the Nullabor, I will go through a town every few days. This means I need to buy food when I pass each town that will last a few days. When I'm near a town I'll have access to fresh food and then for the next few days I'll be eating mostly dehydrated food.
How will you carry everything?
In an awesome trailer. This is the number one item on my shopping list for the trip. Everything I need for the whole journey will be carried in this gorgeous little trailer and towed behind my Elliptigo.
How do you charge your devices?
Very simple. I have a portable solar panel and a battery pack.
But aren't you scared? And won't you get lonely?
No, I'm not scared. I think there is just as much chance of anything bad happening to me on an adventure as there is anywhere else in the world. People are actually mostly friendly and helpful everywhere you travel. And, I don't tend to get lonely. I quite enjoy the space and time to think in silence.