The story behind the feed: Sebastian from Hawaii

The story behind the feed: Sebastian from Hawaii

Your perfect chair, everywhere.. that’s the essence of TRONO. We love going outside to enjoy everything nature has to offer.

Our worldwide community of adventurers, travellers, snow fanatics, hikers, beach lovers, outdoor activists, dog walkers, digital nomads and photographers is exploring the world in comfort with us. They take their TRONO anywhere, and they come from everywhere over the world: from Hawaii to Finland to California to Austria! Get inspired by their stories and enjoy their best travel moments. This month: Sebastian from Hawaii.

Name: Sebastian Sayegh 
Lives in: Maui, Hawaii
Instagram: @sabby808

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What is your favorite destination and why?
probably the destination I haven't been to yet not to sound too cheesy but think that's half of what makes traveling interesting is the unknown. But if I had to name one it would be Hawai'i.

What is your best travel memory?
There was a great moment when I was down south in Thailand and a storm had rolled in that had locked us all on the island for three days and I had no money. Luckily everyone who I had met was incredibly friendly and they took care of me until I could get back to the main island with an ATM. That general human appreciation was just something though.

What is the weirdest thing you’ve experienced on your travels/adventures?
I really loved visiting Japan, celebrating Halloween in Shibuya was an absolute trip. I highly recommend it.

What is your favorite picture on your feed and what’s the story behind it?
I don't think I can say I have one absolute favorite. But it might be my milky way shot from a top Haleakala during the persisiod meteor shower. It was one of those shoots I was planning (rare for me) and everything just came out right. Can't really beat that feeling.

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Where does your feed inspiration come from?
I don't shoot for my feed or instgram, I think that's a very unhealthy mindset that a lot of our generation has gotten into. My inspiration comes from my need to reflect on my surroundings and to try and portray the feelings I get while observing something or someone. If I don't create for awhile my body just feels odd.

Which country has the best food?
... This is way too hard of a question. I love all cuisines but 50¢ pad thai in Thailand and fresh mozzarella from Italy would be the tops.

If you had to emigrate to another country for a year, where would it be?
I've thought about this recently due to a certain president. I was thinking bouncing around South East Asia would be fun. Or down in Fiji. I need the sun.

If you could go back in time and visit any city or country in another time period, when and where would you go?
I would give anything to see the Kingdom of Hawaii or before any Western Civilization contact intruded...

Where or when do you use your TRONO the most?
The beach of course!! It's perfect for the lazy Sunday beach days. Also it's the perfect drone chair haha. But I bring it everywhere I go especially if we're going to hike for awhile and I want to chill at the top.

What is the best travel advice you want to give?
Dont expect anything. Just go with the flow. I think it's really easy to have high set standards for how you're trip should go but don't worry about it looking amazing. It's about being present and connecting to those around you. Learn about the culture you're in, don't be another ignorant tourist.
This sounds like something you hear often now but it's a lot harder to put into practice than you think. Things might go wrong but it's important to remind yourself it's all a part of the adventure.