Travel empties out everything you’ve into the box called your life, all the things you accumulate to tell you who you are

By Claire Fontaine

I bow my head submissively and see that my chest is heaving, already dotted with the telltale flush of sexual arousal.

By Donna George Storey

Tell me, Blaise, are we very far from Montmartre?'

By Blaise Cendrars

Be as intellectual as you like about it, but India is brilliantly mad. And if you want to love it, you have to hate it first.

By Simon Dring

The ancient paused for a moment, as if his strength were failing. Yet I sensed that there was more to tell. Looking deep into my eyes, he whispered:

By Tahir Shah

Sometimes a bus is your bus, and sometimes it ain't, and it's important that you can tell the difference.

By Steven J. Carroll

I dread the beginning of her new life more than words can tell, but I see some hope for her if she travels - none if she remains at home.

By Wilkie Collins

I tell ya! The road to success is an endless battle for you and me.

By Steven Jackson

We might give her presents, tell some tales, but would she ever be able to really understand what the journey had been like for us?

By Sara Sheridan

Simple minded people do things like gossip, lie, spread rumors, and cause troubles. But, I know you're more intelligent.

By Amaka Imani Nkosazana

I travel for the great stories now ready tell, and those waiting to be told.

By Carew Papritz

It is so gratifying to tell so many stories my eye can romance with, that i become the stories.

By Deejay Kapil

Travelling the road will tell you more about the road than the google will tell you about the road.

By Amit Kalantri

We're all astronauts, really, aren't we; interstellar astronauts, travelling so far into the blackness we can never return.

By S. K Tremayne

What was he? Storyteller and secretary and doer of odd jobs, neither Tizerkane nor delegate, just someone along for the dream.

By Laini Taylor