World Travel Tattoo

A traveller has come up with a novel way to keep track of his adventures – after inking a map of the world on his back and COLOURING IN the countries he’s visited. Bill Passman, 59, caught the travel bug after he got his first passport in 2006, aged 51 – and decided to record his experiences on his own body. In 2010, the former lawyer quit his job and got a map of the world tattooed across his back – and vowed to spend nine months of the year seeing the world.

A traveller has come up with a novel way to keep track of his adventures - after inking a map of the world on his back and COLOURING IN the countries he's visited. Bill Passman, 59, caught the travel bug after he got his first passport in 2006, aged 51 - and decided to record his experiences on his own body. In 2010, the former lawyer quit his job and got a map of the world tattooed across his back - and vowed to spend nine months of the year seeing the world.

A traveller has come up with a novel way to keep track of his adventures - after inking a map of the world on his back and COLOURING IN the countries he's visited. Bill Passman, 59, caught the travel bug after he got his first passport in 2006, aged 51 - and decided to record his experiences on his own body. In 2010, the former lawyer quit his job and got a map of the world tattooed across his back - and vowed to spend nine months of the year seeing the world.

A traveller has come up with a novel way to keep track of his adventures - after inking a map of the world on his back and COLOURING IN the countries he's visited. Bill Passman, 59, caught the travel bug after he got his first passport in 2006, aged 51 - and decided to record his experiences on his own body. In 2010, the former lawyer quit his job and got a map of the world tattooed across his back - and vowed to spend nine months of the year seeing the world.

A traveller has come up with a novel way to keep track of his adventures - after inking a map of the world on his back and COLOURING IN the countries he's visited. Bill Passman, 59, caught the travel bug after he got his first passport in 2006, aged 51 - and decided to record his experiences on his own body. In 2010, the former lawyer quit his job and got a map of the world tattooed across his back - and vowed to spend nine months of the year seeing the world.