To live is to travel, on a voyage more epic than the odysseys of myth - not from place to place, but through the poignant strangeness of time.

By T.L. Rese

When you’re in another country, remember to do as the locals do, since it is your ways that may seem strange of offensive to them.

By Tracey Wilen

There is a saying, if any stranger enquire of the first met of Maan, were it even a child, “Who is here the sheykh?” he would answer him “I am he.

By Charles Montagu Doughty

It was a strange trek — the sullen leading the apathetic, followed by the confused, all tailed by the inveterately amused.

By David Brin

For are we not, all of us, wand'rers and strangers; and do we not, all of us, travel in danger or voyage uncharted seas?

By Joan W. Blos

The Cubist paintings in the Centre Pompidou in Paris were strange but amazing. The big fat magical cat said they made her eyes hurt.

By Jim Shanahan

I travel for the jolting, angelic act of seeking strangeness and newness and profoundness.

By Carew Papritz

Calcutta's the only city I know where you are actively encouraged to stop strangers at random for a quick chat.

By Tahir Shah

This wasn't a strange place; it was a new one.

By Paolo Coehlo

Traveling is a brutality. It forces you to trust strangers and to lose sight of all that familiar comfort of home and friends.

By Cesare Pavese

Love makes us do some pretty strange and stupid things at times.

By Anthony T.Hincks

Isn't it strange! I love life as though I invented it.

By Anthony T. Hincks

Happiness grows at our own firesides, and is not to be picked in strangers' gardens.

By Douglas Jerrold

Happiness is not only a hope, but also in some strange manner a memory ... we are all kings in exile.

By G.K. Chesterton

Happiness is a strange thing. It is something I tend to recognize only after it has passed, when I realize I miss it.

By Claire Holden Rothman