Like most young people, 28 year-old Frenchman Clement Esso loves to travel. But Clement's motivation to see the world comes from a very different place.
Witnessing racism borne out of ignorance and misinformation spurred Clement to establish 'Out of Borders,' a website which records his journey to discover the world on a deeper level than the well-worn tourist path.
"When I decided to come to Australia I didn't just want to go for a holiday, I wanted to add something serious," he said.
"I decided to try to show all the stereotypes we have and all the cliches we know about different cultures and people are based on ignorance or just wrong ideas which might lead to racism.
"What I want is to show what I see and how people really live."
A software engineer by trade, Clement said it was a sense of boredom that made him question what he wanted to achieve in his life.
"When I realised that I could not decide what I was doing with my life and I had to work from 9 to 5 from Monday to Friday I wanted to escape from that."
Watch the brilliant video where Clement tries to explain to his friend Jeremy the purpose of his visit to Australia (some course language).