For my part, i travel not to go anywhere but to go. I travel for travel's sake. The great affair is to move

By Robert Davis Stevenson

Let the sea breeze blow your hair, let the sunset bring tranquility to your heart, let the distant places you travel allow you to explore yourself.

By Somya Kedia

a foreign affair juxtaposed with a stateside

By Tom Waits

All of life is a trust fall, and I'm awakening to the thrill, rather than the fear, of being suspended midair.

By Leigh Ann Henion

I wake up wondering if I know we're near mountains because of memory or because of something in the air.

By Robert M. Pirsig

All three wore the air of superiority assumed by people who are already in a place when studying new arrivals.

By Agatha Christie

I suddenly realized I was in California. Warm, palmy air - air you can kiss - and palms.

By Jack Kerouac

The last time someone had laid out a suit and a pair of dress shoes with a ticket purchased for a faraway place, Henry had refused to go.

By Jamie Ford

Living in a state of constant wistful despair, perhaps, will be my destiny, said the traveller.

By Preeti Bhonsle

Every time I’m in an airport,

By Ada Limon

The winds will wash you out your hair, my dears.

By Frank O'Hara

I have probably seen the airline belt buckle demonstration 400 times, maybe more.

By Jon Obermeyer

As a travel writer I've specialized in gritty, fearful destinations, the kind of places that make a reader's hair stick on end.

By Tahir Shah

Why do you need that thing?" September asked. "None of the airports back home have them."

By Catherynne M. Valente

Where can one buy a lit of that *Right Stuff* bravado required to shrug off the fact that your airplane is now a convertible?

By Josh Gates