The most amazing travellers were to humble to write about it

By Guido Colombo

What an absurdity to go and bury oneself in South America, where they are always having revolutions.

By Agatha Christie

There are no tips for life neither for travelling

By Guido Colombo

We are homeless enough in this world under the best of circumstances without going to any special effort to test our capacity to be more so.

By Harold Edmund Stearns

You have to taste a culture to understand it.

By Deborah Cater

Anticipation. In love and travel, getting there is half the fun. The lustful impatience, the passionate daydreams, the nerve-wracking

By Vivian Swift

There are countries of the world, and regions of one's own mind, where it is unwise to travel.

By Chris Cleave

Travel doesn't become adventure until you leave yourself behind.

By Marty Rubin

The pleasure we derive from journeys is perhaps dependent more on the mindset with which we travel than on the destination we travel to.

By Alain de Botton

The sacrifices of time and money that Chinese friends will make for one another often go far beyond what is expected or accepted in Western society.

By Larry Herzberg

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

When given the chance to see China off the beaten track, definitely take it.

By Larry Herzberg

In Chinese business culture, humility is a virtue.

By Stefan H. Verstappen

Girly’ products can spur Japan’s growth in this century every bit as much as, if not more than, the ‘manly’ technologies.

By Morinosuke Kawaguchi

One very good way to invite stares of disapproval in Japan is to walk and eat at the same time.

By Andrew Horvat