Following up the above, I've flown enough times that being an innate "visual mathematician" I naturally tried to think of how much ground space and time I was occupying all at once, like a particle at speed being [uncertainly] everywhere in a box all at once, while traveling pretty fast at 30,000 feet above the ground. I knew it was a shrunken world of space and time [distance] relative to me) below me . . . and I knew the same type of physics would apply to all space, and time, for a travel over and through light time histories wherever in the universe . . . the [universal 'ground' or 'flatland'] of all outer space being those always ever-crossing -- from every direction there is of a spherical dome -- grid lines of light time histories (nonlocally mutually canceling as to apparent light speed . . . only having light speed at the traveler and the traveler's measure of it locally). The faster one would travel, the more of those mutual cancelations to a universal ground 0-point one would occupy all at once, an expanding warp-balloon-bubble of space, and time, a unity of space and time into space-time, not any naked singularity of time dilation toward the speed of light (of that traveler's -- particularly of those travelers who would be under continuing powering -- continuing accelerations, would locally see and experience, and measure exactly the same thing as the observers in Einsteinian preferred inertial frames).
The real problem for a powered traveler, and far worse for any unpowered traveler, would be the curvatures, the spirals, the vortices, the whirlpools, trying to throw him out of his line of travel if he points his nose into a straight line -- he thinks exists -- to the destination he observes in the "observable universe." At any distance from him it's going to move on him, out of a straight line forcing navigational corrections on the traveler (if the traveler is unaware of an arc line that would [lead] his destination and cut the curves, putting him in a truer, straighter, line to rendezvous with his destination, itself ever traveling in the universe.
The universe isn't lacking in dimensions. It reminds of Stephen Hawking's description of the single particle that has six sides, the six sides of the single particle themselves being six separate, six different, particles. Thus, a many-sided universe, the many sides of the multiverse universe being many separate, many different, universes, only one of which may be "observable universe." A different universe, including its travelers, to each different observer in it.