When we’re ‘at home’ we’re not really. Our imaginations never stray far from the farthest flung places, both those visited and those yet to be found. We hate few things in life, other than sitting idly by, letting moments drift past. We can’t help but wonder when we’ll wander again.
It’s hard to maintain friendships when you’re a human tumbleweed, but it’s even harder to maintain any sort of romantic relationship.
Traveling is like a drug, forming an addiction that controls your entire being.
Vagabond, rambler, wanderer, traveler, drifter, maunder, gadabout, wayfarer, (beach) bum, nomad, or adventurer. Whatever you are, we have one thing in common, we travel.
The place to find the perfect out-of-the-box thinkers, problem solvers, and movers and shakers is the arrivals hall at an international airport.
You’ll never believe these instant messages that people sent while on a plane.
In order to have great time, foster positive social exchange, get the most out of travel, and be awesome, I say we take the following pledge, so we can be the people other travelers want to know and locals don’t hate.
When I return home after traveling I always notice the differences between the people I met while I was on the road and the people I surround myself back home.
Yupp, there it is — Facebook is USEFUL.
You want to see ALL of the things.