Everyone is a Wordsworth in certain moods, and every traveler seeks out places that every traveler has missed.

By Pico Iyer

You think of travellers as bold, but our guilty secret is that travel is one of the laziest ways on earth of passing the time.

By Paul Theroux

The real home of man is not his house but the road. Life itself is a travel that has to be done by foot.

By Bruce Chatwin

There is no "wrong train.

By CrimethInc.

Having books standing on a shelf in a room is like having completely different worlds at the ready, waiting to be explored.

By J.F Hermann

Wanderlust is incurable.

By Mark Jenkins

Now, bring me that horizon.

By Johnny Depp

...[I]t behooves a man who wants to see wonders sometimes to go out of his way.

By John Mandeville

She had learned to live light because life itself could be heavy enough.

By Jackson Burnett

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

...and should I die in her care, I would leave smiling because, I will linger in the hills beside her...

By Kellie Elmore

And so I told him how living in Japan would give him a leisure no mere tourist has, to know the rhythms of the place, a land of tiny poems.

By Donna George Storey

If the landscape of human emotion were to exist in country, it would be in Italy." ~Lisa Fantino/Amalfi Blue

By Lisa Fantino

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

By Blaise Cendrars

[...] I will go to France, to Yugoslavia, to China and continue my profession.'

By Bruce Chatwin