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Quotes About Travel

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Augustine of Hippo
“The world is a book, and those who don't travel only read one page.”
Augustine of Hippo

Kenneth Grahame
“Here today, up and off to somewhere else tomorrow! Travel, change, interest, excitement! The whole world before you, and a horizon that's always changing!”
Kenneth Grahame, The Wind in the Willows

Ernesto Guevara
“I finally felt myself lifted definitively away on the winds of adventure toward worlds I envisaged would be stranger than they were, into situations I imagined would be much more normal than they turned out to be.”
Ernesto Guevara, The Motorcycle Diaries: Notes on a Latin American Journey

Winna Efendi
“Kamu juga selalu ngomong, you will never never know if you never never try. Kita nggak boleh menilai buku dari luarnya aja, kan?”
Winna Efendi, The Journeys

Jodi Picoult
“Where you come from does matter -- but not nearly as much as where you are headed.”
Jodi Picoult

Saadi
“Roam abroad in the world, and take thy fill of its enjoyments before the day shall come when thou must quit it for good.”
Saadi

Tahir Shah
“Usually, there is nothing more pleasing that returning to a place where you have endured hardship.”
Tahir Shah, In Search of King Solomon's Mines

Tahir Shah
“Move to a new country and you quickly see that visiting a place as a tourist, and actually moving there for good, are two very different things.”
Tahir Shah, Travels With Myself

Alice Munro
“This is the way you look at the poorest details of the world resurfaced, after you've been driving for a long time -- you feel their singleness and precise location and the forlorn coincidence of you being there to see them.”
Alice Munro, The Progress of Love

Angela Carter
“Outside the window, there slides past that unimaginable and deserted vastness where night is coming on, the sun declining in ghastly blood-streaked splendour like a public execution across, it would seem, half a continent, where live only bears and shooting stars and the wolves who lap congealing ice from water that holds within it the entire sky. All white with snow as if under dustsheets, as if laid away eternally as soon as brought back from the shop, never to be used or touched. Horrors! And, as on a cyclorama, this unnatural spectacle rolls past at twenty-odd miles an hour in a tidy frame of lace curtains only a little the worse for soot and drapes of a heavy velvet of dark, dusty blue.”
Angela Carter, Nights at the Circus

Roman Payne
“Alexander the Great slept with
'The Iliad' beneath his pillow.
Though I’ve never led an army,
I am a wanderer. I cradle
'The Odyssey' nights while the
moon is waning, as if it were
the sweet body of a woman.”
Roman Payne, Rooftop Soliloquy

Elizabeth von Arnim
“[Walking] is the perfect way of moving if you want to see into the life of things. It is the one way of freedom. If you go to a place on anything but your own feet you are taken there too fast, and miss a thousand delicate joys that were waiting for you by the wayside.”
Elizabeth von Arnim, The Adventures of Elizabeth in Rügen

Pascal Mercier
“...nicht nur in der Zeit sind wir ausgebreitet. Auch im Raum erstrecken wir uns weit über das hinaus, was sichtbar ist. Wir lassen etwas von uns zurück, wenn wir einen Ort verlassen, wir bleiben dort, obgleich wir wegfahren. Und es gibt Dinge an uns, die wir nur dadurch wiederfinden können, dass wir dorthin zurückkehren. Was könnte aufregender sein, als ein unterbrochenes Leben mit all seinen Versprechen wieder aufzunehmen?”
Pascal Mercier

Carl Sagan
“The vast distances that separate the stars are providential. Beings and worlds are quarantined from one another. The quarantine is lifted only for those with sufficient self-knowledge and judgment to have safely traveled from star to star.”
Carl Sagan, Pale Blue Dot: A Vision of the Human Future in Space

Hilaire Belloc
“These are the advantages of travel, that one meets so many men whom one would otherwise never meet, and that one feeds as it were upon the complexity of mankind”
Hilaire Belloc, First and Last
tags: travel

Alain de Botton
“Instead of bringing back 1600 plants, we might return from our journeys with a collection of small unfêted but life-enhancing thoughts.”
Alain de Botton, The Art of Travel

Ernest Shackleton
“ i had a dream when i was 22 that someday i would go to the region of ice and snow and go on and on till i came to one of the poles of the earth”
Ernest Shackleton

Bruce Chatwin
“Sluggish and sedentary peoples, such as the Ancient Egyptians-- with their concept of an afterlife journey through the Field of Reeds-- project on to the next world the journeys they failed to make in this one.”
Bruce Chatwin, The Songlines

Samuel Johnson
“All travel has its advantages. If the passenger visits better countries, he may learn to improve his own, and if fortune carries him to worse, he may learn to enjoy it.”
Samuel Johnson, A Journey to the Western Islands of Scotland and The Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides

Stefanos Livos
“A book is the cheapest ticket you will ever hold.”
Stefanos Livos

John Steinbeck
“Montana seems to me to be what a small boy would think Texas is like from hearing Texans”
John Steinbeck, Travels with Charley: In Search of America

Chris Brady
“It's hard to be less than happy when you can be happy with less.”
Chris Brady, A Month of Italy: Rediscovering the Art of Vacation

Don Darkes
“Just because I am paranoid does not mean that someone is not out to get me”
Don Darkes, 6692 Pisces the Sailfish

Henry Adams
“The tourist was the great conservative who hated novelty and adored dirt.”
Henry Adams, The Education of Henry Adams

Anna Godbersen
“Always stay sharp on railways and cruise ships for transit has a way of making everything clear.”
Anna Godbersen, Envy
tags: travel

M.B. Dallocchio
“The open road. Seemingly my only friend for years upon end since leaving war. The road embraced me, let me breathe, and more importantly, did not judge me.”
M.B. Dallocchio

Bruce Feiler
“In the end I believe the essential spirit that animates those places animates me. If that spirit is God, then I found God...If that spirit is life, then I found life...If that spirit is awe, then I found awe. Part of me suspects it's all three...all I had to do to discover that spirit and the resulting feeling of humility and appreciation was not to look or listen or taste or feel. All I had to do was remember, for what I was looking for I somehow already knew.”
Bruce Feiler

Truman Capote
“Perhaps, like most of us in a foreign country, he was incapable of placing people, selecting a frame for their picture, as he would at home; therefore all Americans had to be judged in a pretty equal light, and on this basis his companions appeared to be tolerable examples of local color and national character.”
Truman Capote, Breakfast at Tiffany's: And Three Stories

“Siento bajo las piernas el costillar de Rocinante.”
― Ernesto "Che" Guevara
tags: travel

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