400 of The Best Travel Quotes – Be Amazed, Be Inspired, Go Traveling

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We all love a good travel quote. They inspire wanderlust and motivate us, they impart wisdom and make us think beyond the white picket fence and the 9-5.

If you’re looking for some pearls of wisdom, excited about an upcoming trip or just looking for that motivation to take the leap and go traveling, this piece is for you.

We’ve compiled over 400 awe-inspiring travel quotes from all corners of the globe, across many generations, famous people, unknown authors and even travel bloggers like yours truly.

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400+ of The Best Travel Quotes

1. The More I Traveled The More I Realized That Fear Makes Strangers Of People Who Should Be Friends. – Shirley Maclaine

2. You Need Not Even Listen, Just Wait…the World Will Offer Itself Freely To You, Unmasking Itself. – Franz Kafka

3. Good Company In A Journey Makes The Way Seem Shorter. – Izaak Walton – Izaak Walton

4. Do Not Follow Where The Path May Lead. Go Instead Where There Is No Path And Leave A Trail. – Ralph Waldo Emerson

5. Travel Has A Way Of Stretching The Mind. – Brenna Smith

6. Thanks To The Interstate Highway System, It Is Now Possible To Travel From Coast To Coast Without Seeing Anything. – Charles Kural

7. How Many Cities Have Revealed Themselves To Me In The Marches I Undertook In The Pursuit Of Books! – Walter Benjamin

8. Life Is A Journey, Not A Destination. – Unknown

9. Venice Is Like Eating An Entire Box Of Chocolate Liqueurs In One Go. – Truman Capote

10. To Live Is The Rarest Thing In The World. Most People Just Exist. – Oscar Wilde

11. The Use Of Traveling Is To Regulate Imagination By Reality, And Instead Of Thinking How Things May Be, To See Them As They Are. – Samuel Johnson

12. Some People Live More In Twenty Years Than Others Do In Forty. It’s Not The Time, It’s The Person – Doctor Who

13. The World Makes Way For The Man Who Knows Where He Is Going. – Ralph Waldo Emerson

14. Focus On The Journey, Not The Destination. Joy Is Found Not In Finishing An Activity But In Doing It. – Greg Anderson

15. Traveling Is A Brutality. It Forces You To Trust Strangers And To Lose Sight Of All That Familiar Comforts Of Home And Friends. You Are Constantly Off Balance. Nothing Is Yours Except The Essential Things — Air, Sleep, Dreams, The Sea, The Sky. All Things Tending Towards The Eternal Or What We Imagine Of It. – Cesare Pavese

16. The Gladdest Moments In Human Life, Me Thinks, Is The Departure Upon A Distant Journey Into Unknown Lands. – Sir Richard Burton

17. To Move, To Breathe, To Fly, To Float, To Gain All While You Give, To Roam The Roads Of Lands Remote: To Travel Is To Live. – Hans Christian Andersen

18. It Is Always Sad To Leave A Place To Which One Knows One Will Never Return. Such Are The Melancolies Du Voyage: Perhaps They Are One Of The Most Rewarding Things About Traveling. – Gustave Flaubert

19. The Journey Not The Arrival Matters. – T.S. Eliot

20. At Its Best, Travel Should Challenge Our Preconceptions And Most Cherished Views, Cause Us To Rethink Our Assumptions, Shake Us A Bit, Make Us Broader Minded And More Understanding. – Arthur Frommer – Arthur Frommer

21. I Am Not The Same, Having Seen The Moon Shine On The Other Side Of The World. – Mary Anne Radmacher

22. We Wander For Distraction, But We Travel For Fulfillment. – Hilaire Belloc

23. It Is Probably A Pity That Every Citizen Of Each State Cannot Visit All The Others, To See The Differences, To Learn What We Have In Common, And Come Back With A Richer, Fuller Understanding Of America – Dwight D. Eisenhower

24. Once In A While It Really Hits People That They Don’t Have To Experience The World In The Way They Have Been Told To. – Alan Keightley

25. Life Isn’t About Finding Yourself. Life Is About Creating Yourself. – Unknown

26. Take The Time To Put The Camera Away And Gaze In Wonder At What’s There In Front Of You. – Erick Widman

27. The Real Voyage Of Discovery Consists Not In Seeking New Landscapes, But In Having New Eyes. – Marcel Proust

28. Stop Worrying About The Potholes In The Road And Enjoy The Trip. – Babs Hoffman

29. A Good Traveler Is One Who Knows How To Travel With The Mind. – Michael Bassey Johnson

30. Then I Realized Adventures Are The Best Way To Learn. – Unknown

31. The Best And Most Beautiful Things In The World Cannot Be Seen Or Even Touched – Helen Keller

32. Travel Isn’t Always Pretty. It Isn’t Always Comfortable. Sometimes It Hurts, It Even Breaks Your Heart. But That’s Okay. The Journey Changes You; It Should Change You. It Leaves Marks On Your Memory, On Your Consciousness, On Your Heart, And On Your Body. You Take Something With You. Hopefully, You Leave Something Good Behind. – Anthony Bourdain

33. We Travel For Romance, We Travel For Architecture, And We Travel To Be Lost. – Ray Bradbury

34. Bizarre Travel Plans Are Dancing Lessons From God. – Kurt Vonnegut – Kurt Vonnegut

35. The Wish To Travel Seems To Me Characteristically Human: The Desire To Move, To Satisfy Your Curiosity Or Ease Your Fears, To Change The Circumstances Of Your Life, To Be A Stranger, To Make A Friend, To Experience An Exotic Landscape, To Risk The Unknown. – Paul Theroux

36. Life Is Either A Daring Adventure Or Nothing At All. – Helen Keller

37. Like All Great Travelers, I Have Seen More Than I Remember, And Remember More Than I Have Seen. – Benjamin Disraeli – Benjamin Disraeli

38. It Is Good To Have An End To Journey Toward, But It Is The Journey That Matters In The End. – Ursula K. Le Guin

39. Travel Makes A Wise Man Better, And A Fool Worse. – Thomas Fuller

40. Journeys Are The Midwives Of Thought. Few Places Are More Conducive To Internal Conversations Than Moving Planes, Ships Or Trains. – Alain De Botton

41. I Always Wonder Why Birds Choose To Stay In The Same Place When They Can Fly Anywhere On Earth, Then I Ask Myself The Same Question.  – Harun Yahya

42. You Can Shake The Sand From Your Shoes, But It Will Never Leave Your Soul. – Unknown

43. The Biggest Adventure You Can Ever Take Is To Live The Life Of Your Dreams. – Oprah

44. Once You Have Traveled, The Voyage Never Ends But Is Played Out Over And Over Again In The Quietest Chambers. The Mind Can Never Break Off From The Journey. – Pat Conroy

45. To See The World, Things Dangerous To Come To. To See Behind The Walls, Draw Closer. To Find Each Other. And To Feel. That Is The Purpose Of Life. – The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty

46. The Real Voyage Of Discovery Consists Not In Seeking New Landscapes, But In Having New Eyes. – Marcel Proust

47. The Impulse To Travel Is One Of The Hopeful Symptoms Of Life – Agnes Repplier

48. I Wandered Everywhere, Through Cities And Countries Wide. And Everywhere I Went, The World Was On My Side. – Roman Payne

49. Traveling’s Not Something You’re Good At. It’s Something You Do. Like Breathing. – Gayle Foreman

50. Climb The Mountain So You Can See The World, Not So The World Can See You. – David Mccullough Jr.

51. Twenty Years From Now You Will Be More Disappointed By The Things That You Didn’t Do Than By The Ones You Did Do. Explore. Dream. Discover – Mark Twain

52. Why Do You Go Away? So That You Can Come Back. So That You Can See The Place You Came From With New Eyes And Extra Colors. And The People There See You Differently, Too. Coming Back To Where You Started Is Not The Same As Never Leaving. – terry Pratchett – Terry Pratchett

53. Travel Only With Thy Equals Or Thy Betters; If There Are None, Travel Alone. – The Dhammapada

54. Every Man Can Transform The World From One Of Monotony And Drabness To One Of Excitement And Adventure. – Irving Wallace

55. A Wise Traveler Never Despises His Own Country. – Carlo Goldoni

56. If You’re Twenty-two, Physically Fit, Hungry To Learn And Be Better, I Urge You To Travel – Anthony Bourdain

57. People Do Not Decide To Become Extraordinary. They Decide To Accomplish Extraordinary Things. – Edmund Hillary – Edmund Hillary

58. The Gladdest Moment In Human Life, Methinks, Is A Departure Into Unknown Lands. – Sir Richard Burton

59. Too Often Travel, Instead Of Broadening The Mind, Merely Lengthens The Conversation. – Elizabeth Drew

60. Adventure Is Allowing The Unexpected To Happen To You. Exploration Is Experiencing What You Have Not Experienced Before. How Can There Be Any Adventure, Any Exploration, If You Let Somebody Else – Richard Aldington

61. Jobs Fill Your Pocket, Adventures Fill Your Soul – Jaime Lyn Beatty

62. Don’t Listen To What They Say. Go See. – Unknown

63. Why, I’d Like Nothing Better Than To Achieve Some Bold Adventure, Worthy Of Our Trip. – Aristophanes

64. I Always Wonder Why Birds Stay In The Same Place When They Can Fly Anywhere On Earth. Then I Ask Myself The Same Question. – Harun Yahya

65. Life Is A Journey. Make The Best Of It. – Unknown

66. It Is Better To Travel Well Than To Arrive. – Buddha

67. The World Is Changed By Your Example, Not Your Opinion. – Paul Coelho

68. Let’s Find Some Beautiful Place To Get Lost – Unknown

69. Travellers Understand, Instinctively And By Experience, That Travel And Adventure Change And Elongate Time, Even While Navigating The Deadlines Of Airline And Train Departures. – Paul Sheehan

70. Travel Far Enough, You Meet Yourself. – david Mitchell – David Mitchell

71. Every Mountain Top Is Within Reach If You Just Keep Climbing. – Barry Finlay

72. Dare To Live The Life You’ve Always Wanted. – Unknown

73. Whenever You Go On A Trip To Visit Foreign Lands Or Distant Places, Remember That They Are All Someone’s Home And Backyard. – Vera Nazarian

74. Travel Brings Wisdom Only To The Wise. It Renders The Ignorant More Ignorant Than Ever. – Joe Abercrombie

75. Hope Is The Only Thing Stronger Than Fear. – Suzanne Collins 

76. I Would Rather Own A Little And See The World, Than Own The World And See A Little Of It. – Unknown

77. You Must Be The Change You Wish To See In The World. – Gandhi

78. The Man Who Goes Alone Can Start Today, But He Who Travels With Another Must Wait Till That Other Is Ready. – Henry David Thoreau

79. Still Round The Corner, There May Wait, A New Road Or A Secret Gate. – J. R. R. Tolkien

80. When A Man Is A Traveler, The World Is His House And The Sky Is His Roof, Where He Hangs His Hat Is His Home, And All The People Are His Family.- Drew Bundini Brown

81. Two Roads Diverged In A Wood, And I – Robert Frost

82. Surely, Of All The Wonders Of The World, The Horizon Is The Greatest. – Freya Stark

83. Somewhere On Your Journey Don’t Forget To Turn Around And Enjoy The View. – Unknown

84. Broad, Wholesome, Charitable Views Of Men And Things Cannot Be Acquired By Vegetating In One Little Corner Of The Earth All Of One’s Lifetime. – Mark Twain

85. It Is Better To See Something Once Than To Hear About It A Thousand Times. – Unknown

86. Once A Year, Go Someplace You’ve Never Been Before. – Dalai Lama

87. We Travel Not To Escape Life But For Life Not To Escape Us. – Unknown

88. You Develop A Sympathy For All Human Beings When You Travel A Lot. – Shakuntala Devi

89. Traveling Outgrows Its Motives. It Soon Proves Sufficient In Itself. You Think You Are Making A Trip, But Soon It Is Making You – Nicolas Bouvier

90. Experience, Travel – Euripides

91. It’s Not What You Look At That Matters. It’s What You See. – Henry David Thoreau

92. If You Think Adventure Is Dangerous, Try Routine. It’s Lethal.  – Paulo Coelho

93. I Travel Because It Makes Me Realize How Much I Haven’t Seen, How Much I’m Not Going To See, And How Much I Still Need To See. – Carew Papritz

94. Stuff Your Eyes With Wonder,’ He Said, ‘live As If You’d Drop Dead In Ten Seconds. See The World. It’s More Fantastic Than Any Dream Made Or Paid For In Factories. – Ray Bradbury

95. The Journey, Not The Arrival Matters. – T. S. Eliot

96. Travel Empties Out Everything You’ve Into The Box Called Your Life, All The Things You Accumulate To Tell You Who You Are – Claire Fontaine

97. Great Things Are Done When Men And Mountains Meet. – William Blake

98. The Journey Is My Home. – Muriel Rukeyser

99. Blessed Are The Curious For They Shall Have Adventures. – Lovelle Drachman

100. Travel Teaches Toleration – Benjamin Disraeli

101. I Get A Friend To Travel With Me… I Need Somebody To Bring Me Back To Who I Am. It’s Hard To Be Alone. – Leonardo Dicaprio

102. The Very Basic Core Of A Man’s Living Spirit Is His Passion For Adventure. The Joy Of Life Comes From Our Encounters With New Experiences, And Hence There Is No Greater Joy Than To Have An Endlessly Changing Horizon, For Each Day To Have A New And Different Sun. – Christopher Mccandless

103. Perhaps Travel Cannot Prevent Bigotry, But By Demonstrating That All Peoples Cry, Laugh, Eat, Worry, And Die, It Can Introduce The Idea That If We Try And Understand Each Other, We May Even Become Friends. – Maya Angelou

104. When Traveling With Someone, Take Large Doses Of Patience And Tolerance With Your Morning Coffee. – Helen Hayes

105. Up In The Clouds On My Way To Unknown Things – Unknown

106. Adventure Is Worthwhile In Itself – Amelia Earhart

107. Travel, In The Younger Sort, Is A Part Of Education; In The Elder, A Part Of Experience – Francis Bacon

108. If You Want To Succeed You Should Strike Out On New Paths, Rather Than Travel The Worn Paths Of Accepted Success – John D. Rockefeller

109. Travel Makes One Modest. You See What A Tiny Place You Occupy In The World. – Gustave Flaubert

110. I Had Long Ago Learned That When You Are The Giant, Alien Visitor To A Remote And Foreign Culture It Is Sort Of Your Job To Become An Object Of Ridicule. It’s The Least You Can Do, Really, As A Polite Guest. – Elizabeth Gilbert

111. Our Footprints Always Follow Us On Days When It’s Been Snowing. They Always Show Us Where We’ve Been, But Never Where We’re Going. – Winnie The Pooh

112. Don’t Let Your Luggage Define Your Travels, Each Life Unravels Differently. – Shane L. Koyczan

113. Sometimes It’s The Journey That Teaches You A Lot About Your Destination. – Drake

114. Because In The End, You Won’t Remember The Time You Spent Working In The Office Or Mowing Your Lawn. Climb That Goddamn Mountain. – Jack Kerouac

115. For My Part, I Travel Not To Go Anywhere But To Go. I Travel For Travel’s Sake. The Great Affair Is To Move. – Robert Louis Stevenson

116. All Journeys Have Secret Destinations Of Which The Traveler Is Unaware. – Martin Buber

117. Every One Of A Hundred Thousand Cities Around The World Had Its Own Special Sunset And It Was Worth Going There, Just Once, If Only To See The Sun Go Down. – Ryū Murakami

118. I Address You All Tonight For Who You Truly Are: Wizards, Mermaids, Travelers, Adventurers, And Magicians. You Are The True Dreamers. – Brian Selznick

119. I Don’t Know Where I’m Going, But I’m On My Way – Unknown

120. I Love To Travel, But Hate To Arrive. – Albert Einstein

121. A Mind That Is Stretched By A New Experience Can Never Go Back To Its Old Dimensions. – Oliver Wendell Holmes

122. A Man Travels The World Over In Search Of What He Needs And Returns Home To Find It. – George Moore

123. We Live In A Wonderful World That Is Full Of Beauty, Charm, And Adventure. There Is No End To The Adventures We Can Have If Only We Seek Them With Our Eyes Open. – Jawaharlal Nehru

124. I Want To Make Memories All Over The World – Unknown

125. Everything I Was I Carry With Me, Everything I Will Be Lies Waiting On The Road Ahead. – Ma Jian

126. To Say Yes To Life Is At One And The Same Thing To Say Yes To Oneself. – Dag Hammarskjold

127. The Real Voyage Of Discovery Consists Not In Seeking New Landscapes But In Having New Eyes. – Marcel Proust

128. Everything You Do Is Based On The Choices You Make- Wayne Dyer

129. Every Dreamer Knows That It Is Entirely Possible To Be Homesick For A Place You’ve Never Been To, Perhaps More Homesick Than For Familiar Ground. – Judith Thurman

130. It Is Not Down In Any Map; True Places Never Are. – Herman Melville

131. Time Flies. It’s Up To You To Be The Navigator. – Robert Orben

132. Travel Does What Good Novelists Also Do To The Life Of Everyday, Placing It Like A Picture In A Frame Or A Gem In Its Setting, So That The Intrinsic Qualities Are Made More Clear. Travel Does This With The Very Stuff That Everyday Life Is Made Of, Giving To It The Sharp Contour And Meaning Of Art. – Freya Stark

133. Trust Me, It’s Paradise. This Is Where The Hungry Come To Feed. For Mine Is A Generation That Circles The Globe And Searches For Something We Haven’t Tried Before. So Never Refuse An Invitation, Never Resist The Unfamiliar, Never Fail To Be Polite And Never Outstay The Welcome. Just Keep Your Mind Open And Suck In The Experience. And If It Hurts, You Know What? It’s Probably Worth It. – Richard, ‘the Beach’ (alex Garland)

134. Stuff Your Eyes With Wonder, Live As If You’d Drop Dead In Ten Seconds. See The World. It’s More Fantastic Than Any Dream Made Or Paid For In Factories. – Ray Bradbury

135. To Get Away From One’s Working Environment Is, In A Sense, To Get Away From One’s Self; And This Is Often The Chief Advantage Of Travel And Change. – Charles Horton Cooley

136. Don’t Quit Your Day Dream. – Dave Bouskill

137. Travel Opens Your Heart, Broadens Your Mind And Fills Your Life With Stories To Tell. – Paula Bendfeldt

138. A Ship In Harbor Is Safe, But That Is Not What Ships Are Built For. – John A. Shedd

139. In The End, We Only Regret The Chances We Didn’t Take. – Unknown

140. When We Get Out Of The Glass Bottle Of Our Ego And When We Escape Like The Squirrels In The Cage Of Our Personality And Get Into The Forest Again, We Shall Shiver With Cold And Fright. But Things Will Happen To Us So That We Don’t Know Ourselves. Cool, Unlying Life Will Rush In. – D.H. Lawrence

141. All Travel Has Its Advantages. If The Passenger Visits Better Countries, He May Learn To Improve His Own. And If Fortune Carries Him To Worse, He May Learn To Enjoy It. – Samuel Johnson

142. Just Go. Go See All The Beauty In The World – Unknown

143. Traveling Is Like Flirting With Life. It’s Like Saying, I Would Stay And Love You, But I Have To Go; This Is My Station. – Lisa St. Aubin De Teran

144. When You’re Traveling, You Are What You Are, Right There And Then. People Don’t Have Your Past To Hold Against You. No Yesterdays On The Road. – William Least Heat-moon

145. I Have Worn The Dust Of Many Foreign Streets, But To Brush It Off Would Surely Be A Crime. I Have The Memories Of Many Foreign Adventures, But To Forget Them, Would Surely Be A Sin. So, Breath In The Dust, And Keep The Memories In. – Rowland Waring-Flood

146. I Never Travel Without My Diary. One Should Always Have Something Sensational To Read On The Train. – Oscar Wilde – Oscar Wilde

147. The Goal Is To Die With Memories Not Dreams – Unknown

148. Own Only What You Can Always Carry With You: Known Languages, Known Countries, Known People. Let Your Memory Be Your Travel Bag – Alexandr Solzhenitsyn – Alexandr Solzhenitsyn

149. There’s No Way I Was Born To Just Pay Bills And Die – Unknown

150. If We Travel Simply To Indulge Ourselves We Are Missing Some Of The Greatest Lessons Life Has To Offer. – Unknown

151. People Don’t Take Trips, Trips Take People. – John Steinbeck

152. Travel Is More Than The Seeing Of Sights; It Is A Change That Goes On, Deep And Permanent, In The Ideas Of Living. – Miriam Beard

153. Only Those Who Risk Going Too Far Can Possibly Find Out How Far One Can Go. – T.S. Eliot

154. Wanderlust: N. a Strong Desire For Or Impulse To Wander Or Travel And Explore The World – Anonymous

155. It Is Only In Adventure That Some People Succeed In Knowing Themselves – Andre Gide

156. I Soon Realized That No Journey Carries One Far Unless, As It Extends Into The World Around Us, It Goes An Equal Distance Into The World Within. – Lillian Smith

157. Nobody Can Discover The World For Somebody Else. Only When We Discover It For Ourselves Does It Become Common Ground And A Common Bond And We Cease To Be Alone. – Wendell Berry

158. This Heart Of Mine Was Made To Travel This World – Unknown

159. The Gladdest Moment In Human Life, Me Thinks, Is A Departure Into Unknown Lands – Sir Richard Burton

160. Oh The Places You’ll Go. – Dr. Seuss

161. We Travel Initially To Lose Ourselves; And We Travel Next To Find Ourselves. We Travel To Open Our Hearts And Eyes And Learn More About The World Than Our Newspapers Will Accommodate. We Travel To Bring What Little We Can, In Our Ignorance And Knowledge, To Those Parts Of The Globe Where Riches Are Differently Dispersed. And We Travel, In Essence, To Become Young Fools Again – Pico Iyer

162. Traveling Is A Brutality. It Forces You To Trust Strangers And To Lose Sight Of All That Familiar Comfort Of Home And Friends. You Are Constantly Off Balance. Nothing Is Yours Except The Essential Things: Air, Sleep, Dreams, Sea, The Sky – Cesare Pavese

163. Some Beautiful Paths Can’t Be Discovered Without Getting Lost. – Erol Ozan

164. It Doesn’t Matter Where You Are. You Are Nowhere Compared To Where You Can Go. – Bob Proctor

165. He Who Would Travel Happily Must Travel Light. – Antoine De St. Exupery

166. Your True Traveler Finds Boredom Rather Agreeable Than Painful. It Is The Symbol Of His Liberty-his Excessive Freedom. He Accepts His Boredom, When It Comes, Not Merely Philosophically, But Almost With Pleasure. – Aldous Huxley

167. Life Is meant For Good Friends And Great Adventures – Unknown

168. I Haven’t Been Everywhere, But It’s On My List. – Susan Sontag

169. Nothing Can Be Compared To The New Life That The Discovery Of Another Country Provides For A Thoughtful Person. Although I Am Still The Same I Believe To Have Changed To The Bones. – Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe

170. Travel…the Best Way To Be Lost And Found At The Same Time. – Brenna Smith

171. You Don’t Have To Be Rich To Travel Well. – Eugene Fodor

172. Life Is Either A Daring Adventure, Or Nothing At All – Helen Keller

173. Wherever You Go Becomes A Part Of You Somehow. – Anita Desai

174. Doing What You Like Is Freedom, Liking What You Do Is Happiness. – Unknown

175. Actually, The Best Gift You Could Have Given Her Was A Lifetime Of Adventures. – Lewis Carroll

176. The Journey Is Part Of The Experience – Anthony Bourdain

177. I Love The Feeling Of Being Anonymous In A City I’ve Never Been Before. – Unknown

178. Travel Is  fatal To Prejudice, Bigotry, And Narrow Mindedness., And Many Of Our People Need It Sorely On These Accounts. – Mark Twain

179. All That Is Gold Does Not Glitter; Just As Not All Those Who Wander Are Lost. – J.R.R Tolkien

180. Paris Is Always A Good Idea. – Audrey Hepburn

181. The Use Of Traveling Is To Regulate Imagination With Reality, And Instead Of Thinking Of How Things May Be, See Them As They Are. – Samuel Johnson

182. Of All The Books In The World, The Best Stories Are Found Between The Pages Of A Passport  – Unknown

183. If You Wish To Travel Far And Fast, Travel Light. Take Off All Your Envies, Jealousies, Unforgiveness, Selfishness And Fears. – Cesare Pavese

184. Half Of The Fun Of Travel Is The Aesthetic Of Lostness. – Ray Bradbury

185. Adventure May Hurt You But Monotony Will Kill You – Ghaniya Dewi Arassyi

186. It Is A Big And Beautiful World. Most Of Us Live And Die In The Same Corner Where We Were Born And Never Get To See Any Of It. I Don’t Want To Be Most Of Us. – Oberyn Martell, Game Of Thrones

187. Travelling Is Like Flirting With Life. It’s Like Saying, ‘i Would Stay And Love You, But I Have To Go; This Is My Station’. – Lisa St. Aubin De Teran

188. A Journey, After All, Neither Begins In The Instant We Set Out Nor Ends When We Have Reached Our Doorstep Once Again. It Starts Much Earlier And Is Really Never Over Because The Film Of Memory Continues Running On Inside Of Us Long After We Have Come To A Physical Standstill. Indeed, There Exists Something Like A Contagion Of Travel, And The Disease Is Essentially Incurable. – Ryszard Kapuściński

189. If We Were Meant To Stay In One Place, We’d Have Roots Instead Of Feet – Rachel Wolchin

190. The Pleasure We Derive From Journeys Is Perhaps Dependent More On The Mindset With Which We Travel Than On The Destination We Travel To – Alain De Botton

191. The Purpose Of Life Is To Live It, To Taste Experience To The Utmost, To Reach Out Eagerly And Without Fear For Newer And Richer Experience. – Eleanor Roosevelt

192. A Great Way To Learn About Your Country Is To Leave It. – Henry Rollins – Henry Rollins

193. Make Voyages. Attempt Them. There’s Nothing Else. – Tennessee Williams

194. The Important Thing Is Not To Stop Questioning. Curiosity Has Its Own Reason For Existing. – Albert Einstein

195. And Then There Is The Most Dangerous Risk Of All – Randy Komisar

196. ‘i’m Bored’ Is A Useless Thing To Say. You Live In A Great, Big, Vast World That You’ve Seen Non-percent Of. – Louis C.K.

197. Traveling Is Not Something You’re Good At. It’s Something You Do, Like Breathing. – Gayle Foreman

198. There Was Nowhere To Go But Everywhere, So Just Keep On Rolling Under The Stars. – Jack Kerouac

199. Wherever You Go, You Take Yourself With You. – Neil Gaiman

200. The Traveler Sees What He Sees. The Tourist Sees What He Has Come To See. – G.K. Chesterton

201. A Man Of Ordinary Talent Will Always Be Ordinary, Whether He Travels Or Not; But A Man Of Superior Talent Will Go To Pieces If He Remains Forever In The Same Place. – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

202. Whither Will My Path Yet Lead Me? This Path Is Stupid, It Goes In Spirals, Perhaps In Circles, But Whichever Way It Goes, I Will Follow It. – Hermann Hesse

203. Once The Travel Bug Bites, There Is No Known Antidote, And I Know That I Shall Be Happily Infected Until The End Of My Life. – Michael Palin

204. To Live Will Be An Awfully Big Adventure. – Peter Pan

205. Wander Often, Wonder Always – Unknown

206. Wherever You Go, Go With All Your Heart! – Confucius

207. There Are No Shortcuts To Any Place Worth Going. – Beverly Sills

208. The Vast Distances That Separate The Stars Are Providential. Beings And Worlds Are Quarantined From One Another. The Quarantine Is Lifted Only For Those With Sufficient Self-knowledge And Judgment To Have Safely Traveled From Star To Star. – Carl Sagan

209. You Thought Too Hard. Same With Travel. You Can’t Work Too Much At It, Or It Feels Like Work. You Have To Surrender Yourself To The Chaos. To The Accidents. – Gayle Forman

210. How Is It Possible To Feel Nostalgia For A World I Never Knew? – Ernesto Che Guevara.

211. Go, Fly, Roam, Travel, Voyage, Explore, Journey, Discover, Adventure. – Unknown

212. The Real Voyage Of Discovery Consists Not In Seeking New Landscapes, But In Having New Eyes – Marcel Proust

213. A Person Susceptible To Wanderlust Is Not So Much Addicted To Movement As Committed To Transformation.  – Pico Iyer

214. A Journey Is Like Marriage. The Certain Way To Be Wrong Is To Think You Control It. – John Steinbeck

215. Quit Your Job, Buy A Ticket, Get A Tan, Fall In Love, Never Return. – Unknown

216. The Journey Itself Is My Home. – Bashō Matsuo

217. You Don’t Choose The Day You Enter The World And You Don’t Choose The Day You Leave. It’s What You Do In Between That Makes All The Difference. – Anita Septimus

218. There Are Seven Days In A Week And Someday Isn’t One Of Them – Benny Lewis

219. …and So The Adventure Begins – Unknown

220. Happiness Is Letting Go Of What You Think Your Life Is Supposed To Look Like And Celebrate It For Everything That It Is. – Mandy Hale

221. I Dislike Feeling At Home When I Am Abroad. – George Bernard Shaw

222. Travel – Unknown

223. I Travel A Lot; I Hate Having My Life Disrupted By Routine. – Caskie Stinnett

224. When You Travel, Remember That A Foreign Country Is Not Designed To Make You Comfortable. It Is Designed To Make Its Own People – Clifton Fadiman

225. No Place Is Ever As Bad As They Tell You It’s Going To Be. – Chuck Thompson

226. So Much Of Who We Are Is Where We Have Been. – Willian Langewiesche

227. One’s Destination Is Never A Place, But A New Way Of Seeing Things. – Henry Miller

228. Great Things Never Came From Comfort Zones. – Unknown

229. If Life Is A Journey Then Let My Soul Travel And Share Your Pain. – Santosh Kalwar

230. I Can Speak To My Soul Only When The Two Of Us Are Off Exploring Deserts Or Cities Or Mountains Or Roads. – Paulo Coelho

231. Don’t Count The Days. Make The Days Count. – Muhammad Ali

232. Don’t Listen To What They Say, Go See – Chinese Proverb

233. Travel Is Only Glamorous In Retrospect – Paul Theroux

234. I Can’t Think Of Anything That Excites A Greater Sense Of Childlike Wonder Than To Be In A Country Where You Are Ignorant Of Almost Everything. Suddenly You Are Five Years Old Again. You Can’t Read Anything, You Have Only The Most Rudimentary Sense Of How Things Work, You Can’t Reliably Cross A Street Without Endangering Your Life. Your Whole Existence Becomes A Series Of Interesting Guesses. – Bill Bryson

235. To Travel Is To Live – Hans Christian Andersen

236. Let Your Memory Be Your Travel Bag. – Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn

237. Never Let Your Memories Be Greater Than Your Dreams. – Douglas Ivester

238. Live Life With No Excuses, Travel With No Regret – Oscar Wilde

239. Live To Travel. Travel To Live. – Earth Trekkers

240. The Real Voyage Of Discovery Consists Not In Seeking New Landscapes, But Having New Eyes. – Unknown

241. I Think You Travel To Search And You Come Back Home To Find Yourself There. – Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

242. It Is Not The Destination Where You End Up But The Mishaps And Memories You Create Along The Way. – Unknown

243. I Am A Passionate Traveler, And From The Time I Was A Child, Travel Formed Me As Much As My Formal Education. – David Rockefeller

244. The Most Beautiful In The World Is, Of Course, The World Itself. – Wallace Stevens

245. I’m In Love With Cities I’ve Never Been To And People I’ve Never Met.  – Melody Truong

246. The First Condition Of Understanding A Foreign Country Is To Smell It – Rudyard Kipling

247. Traveling Tends To Magnify All Human Emotions. – Peter Hoeg

248. Life Begins At The End Of Your Comfort Zone. – Unknown

249. Adventure Is A Path. Real Adventure, Self-determined, Self-motivated, Often Risky, Forces You To Have Firsthand Encounters With The World – Mark Jenkins

250. What You Have To Decide…is How You Want Your Life To Be. If Your Ending Was Ending Tomorrow, Would This Be How You’d Want To Have Spent It? Listen, The Truth Is, Nothing Is Guaranteed. So Don’t Be Afraid, Be Alive. – Sarah Dessen

251. Fear Is Only Temporary. Regrets Last Forever. – Unknown

252. I Am Not Born For One Corner; The Whole World Is My Native Land. – Seneca

253. So Shut Up, Live, Travel, Adventure, Bless And Don’t Be Sorry – Jack Kerouac

254. Life Is Not Measured By The Number Of Breaths We Take, But By The Moments And Places That Take Our Breath Away – Unknown

255. Do You Really Want To Look Back On Your Life And See How Wonderful It Could Have Been Had You Not Been Afraid To Live It?  – Caroline Myss

256. Our Battered Suitcases Were Piled On The Sidewalk Again; We Had Longer Ways To Go. But No Matter, The Road Is Life. – Jack Kerouac

257. Nothing Lasts Forever, Except The Day Before You Start Your Vacation. – Gayland Anderson

258. To My Mind, The Greatest Reward And Luxury Of Travel Is To Be Able To Experience Everyday Things As If For The First Time, To Be In A Position In Which Almost Nothing Is So Familiar It Is Taken For Granted. – Bill Bryson

259. There Are No Foreign Lands. It Is The Traveler Only Who Is Foreign. – Robert Louis Stevenson

260. Living On Earth Is Expensive, But It Does Include A Free Trip Around The Sun Every Year. – Unknown

261. The Gladdest Moment In Human Life Is A Departure Into Unknown Lands. – Sir Richard Burton

262. Though We Travel The World Over To Find The Beautiful, We Must Carry It With Us Or We Find It Not. – Ralph Waldo Emerson

263. Never Did The World Make A Queen Of A Girl Who Hides In Houses And Dreams Without Traveling. – Roman Payne

264. I Travel Not To Go Anywhere, But To Go. I Travel For Travel’s Sake. The Great Affair Is To Move. – Robert Louis Stevenson

265. May Your Adventures Bring You Closer Together, Even As They Take You Far Away From Home. – Trenton Lee Stewart

266. Don’t Call It A Dream…call It A Plan – Unknown

267. We Travel, Some Of Us Forever, To Seek Other Places, Other Lives, Other Souls. – Anais Nin

268. And I Think To Myself, What A Wonderful World. – Louis Armstrong

269. There Is No Moment Of Delight In Any Pilgrimage Like The Beginning Of It. – Charles Dudley Warner

270. The World Is A Book, And Those Who Do Not Travel Read Only One Page. – Saint Augustine

271. Travel Brings Power And Love Back Into Your Life. – Jalaluddin Rumi

272. My Favorite Thing Is To Go Where I’ve Never Been. – Diane Arbus

273. I Wonder If The Ocean Smells Different On The Other Side Of The World. – J.A. Redmerski

274. Listen To The Mustn’ts, Child. Listen To The Don’ts. Listen To The Shouldn’ts, The Impossibles, The Won’ts. Listen To The Never Haves, Then Listen Close To Me… Anything Can Happen, Child. Anything Can Be. – Shel Silverstein

275. A River Cuts Through Rock Not Because Of Its Power, But Its Persistence. – Jim Watkins

276. We Wandered In A Frenzy And A Dream. – Jack Kerouac

277. The Journey Of A Thousand Miles Begins With A Single Step. – Lau Tzu

278. We Must Not Cease From Exploration. And The End Of All Our Exploring Will Be To Arrive Where We Began And To Know The Place For The First Time. – T. S. Eliot

279. A Good Traveler Has No Fixed Plans And Is Not Intent On Arriving. – Lao Tzu

280. Stop Worrying About The Potholes In The Road And Enjoy The Journey – Babs Hoffman

281. Work, Travel, Save, Repeat – Unknown

282. Wise As You Have Become, With So Much Experience, You Must Already Have Understood What These Ithacas Mean. – Constantine Cavafy

283. Traveling Allows You To Become So Many Different Versions Of Yourself. – Unknown

284. For The Born Traveller, Travelling Is A Besetting Vice. Like Other Vices, It Is Imperious, Demanding Its Victim’s Time, Money, Energy And The Sacrifice Of Comfort. – Aldous Huxley

285. We Travel Not To Escape Life, But For Life Not To Escape Us. – Unknown

286. I’ll Look Back On This And Smile Because It Was Life And I Decided To Live It  – Unknown

287. When One Is Traveling, Everything Looks Brighter And Lovelier. That Does Not Mean It Is Brighter And Lovelier; It Just Means That Sweet, Kindly Home Suffers In Comparison To Tarted-up Foreign Places With All Their Jewels On. – Catherynne M. Valente

288. Take Only Memories, Leave Only Footprints. – Chief Seattle

289. Your Imagination Is Your Preview Of Life’s Coming Attractions. – Anita Desai

290. It Doesn’t Matter Where You’re Going, It’s Who You Have Beside You. – Unknown

291. Better To See Something Once Than Hear About It A Thousand Times. – Asian Proverb

292. The Journey Is The Destination. – Dan Eldon

293. If You Are Thirty-two, Physically Fit, Hungry To Learn To Be Better, I Urge You To Travel – Anthony Bourdain

294. The Whole Object Of Travel Is Not To Set Foot On Foreign Land; It Is At Last To Set Foot On One’s Own Country As A Foreign Land. – G.K. Chesterton

295. Travel Not To Escape Life, But So Life Doesn’t Escape You. – Unknown

296. Our Happiest Moments As Tourists Always Seem To Come When We Stumble Upon One Thing While In Pursuit Of Something Else. – Lawrence Block

297. Veni, Vini, Amavi. We Came, We Saw, We Loved. – Roman Proverb

298. The Farther You Go, However, The Harder It Is To Return. The World Has Many Edges, And It’s Easy To Fall Off. – Anderson Cooper

299. A Journey Of A Thousand Miles Begins With A Single Step – Lao Tzu

300. This Wasn’t A Strange Place; It Was A New One. – Paulo Coelho

301. Not All Those Who Wander Are Lost. – J.R.R. Tolkien

302. You Can Never Cross The ocean until You Have The Courage To Lose Sight Of The Shore. – Christopher Columbus

303. Travelling Tends To Magnify All Human Emotions – Peter Hoeg

304. Maybe You Had To Leave In Order To Miss A Place; Maybe You Had To Travel To Figure Out How Beloved Your Starting Point Was. – Jodi Picoult

305. All The Pathos And Irony Of Leaving One’s Youth Behind Is Thus Implicit In Every Joyous Moment Of Travel: One Knows That The First Joy Can Never Be Recovered, And The Wise Traveler Learns Not To Repeat Successes But Tries New Places All The Time. – Paul Fussell

306. I Read; I Travel; I Become. – Derek Walcott

307. Do Not Dare Not To Dare. – C. S. Lewis

308. When Preparing To Travel, Lay Out All Your Clothes And All Your Money. Then Take Half The Clothes And Twice The Money. – Susan Heller

309. Take Only Memories, Leave Only Footprints. – Chief Seattle

310. This Is Your Planet. You Really Should Come See It Sometime. – G Adventures

311. The Most Beautiful In The World Is, Of Course, The World Itself. – Wallace Stevens

312. No Matter Where You Are, You’re Always A Bit On Your Own, Always An Outsider. – Banana Yoshimoto

313. He Who Does Not Travel Does Not Know The Value Of Men. – Moorish Proverb

314. Travel Changes You. As You Move Through This Life And This World You Change Things Slightly, You Leave Marks Behind, However Small. And In Return, Life – Anthony Bourdain

315. Travel Is The Only Context In Which Some People Ever Look Around. If We Spent Half The Energy Looking At Our Own Neighborhoods, We’d Probably Learn Twice As Much. – Lucy R. Lippard

316. When You Travel, Remember That A Foreign Country Is Not Designed To Make You Comfortable. It Is Designed To Make Its Own People Comfortable. – Clifton Fadiman

317. So Much Of Who We Are, Is Where We Have Been – William Langwiesche

318. Investment In Travel Is An Investment In Yourself. – Matthew Karsten

319. You Will Never Be Completely At Home Again, Because Part Of Your Heart Always Will Be Elsewhere. That Is The Price You Pay For The Richness Of Loving And Knowing People In More Than One Place. – Miriam Adeney

320. If You Are Lucky Enough To Have Lived In Paris As A Young Man, Then Wherever You Go For The Rest Of Your Life, It Stays With You, For Paris Is A Movable Feast. – Ernest Hemingway

321. Whenever You Find Yourself On The Side Of Majority, It’s Time To Pause And Reflect. – Mark Twain

322. What You’ve Done Becomes The Judge Of What You’re Going To Do – William Least Heat Moon

323. I Want To Shake Off The Dust Of This One-horse Town. I Want To Explore The World. I Want To Watch Tv In A Different Time Zone. I Want To Visit Strange, Exotic Malls. – Homer Simpson

324. The Traveller Sees What He Sees. The Tourist Sees What He Has Come To See. – G.K. Chesterton

325. Live With No Excuses And Travel With No Regrets – Unknown

326. If You Reject The Food, Ignore The Customs, Fear The Religion, And Avoid The People, You Might Better Stay Home. – James A. Michener

327. If Your Ship Doesn’t Come In, Swim Out To It. – Johnatan Winters

328. If You Are Not Willing To Risk The Unusual, You Will Have To Settle For The Ordinary. – Jim Rohn

329. Tourists Went On Holidays While Travelers Did Something Else. They Traveled. – Alex Garland

330. The Life You Have Led Doesn’t Need To Be The Only Life You Have – Anna Quindlen

331. Modern Traveling Is Not Traveling At All; It Is Merely Being Sent To A Place And Very Little Different From Becoming A Parcel. – John Ruskin

332. I Think One Travels More Usefully When They Travel Alone Because They Reflect More. – Thomas Jefferson

333. I’m Shaking The Dust Of This Crummy Little Town Off My Feet And I’m Gonna See The World. – George Bailey

334. Without New Experiences, Something Inside Us Sleeps. The Sleeper Must Awaken. – Frank Herbert

335. Travel And Change Of Place Impart New Vigor To The Mind. – Seneca

336. Home Is Where The Heart Is, And My Heart Is Wherever I Am At The Moment. – Lily Leung

337. Wandering Re-establishes The Original Harmony Which Once Existed Between Man And The Universe. – Anatole France

338. In Books, I Have Traveled, Not Only To Other Worlds But Into My Own. – Anna Quindlen

339. We Must Go Beyond Textbooks, Go Out Into The Bypaths And Untrodden Depths Of The Wilderness And Travel And Explore And Tell The World The Glories Of Our Journey. – John Hope Franklin

340. The World Is Full Of Magic Things, Patiently Waiting For Our Senses To Grow Sharper. – W.B. Yeats

341. Travel Is Not Reward For Working, It’s Education For Living. – Unknown

342. Travel Is About The Gorgeous Feeling Of Teetering In The Unknown. – Gaby Basora

343. A Year From Now, You Will Wish You Had Started Today. – Karen Lamb

344. I’m Not Lost, I’ve Just Temporarily Lost Sight Of My Destination. – Unknown

345. There Is Freedom Waiting For You, On The Breezes Of The Sky. And You Ask What If I Fall? Oh But My Darling, What If You Fly? – Erin Hanson

346. Be Fearless In The Pursuit Of What Sets Your Soul On Fire. – Jennifer Lee

347. Conventional Wisdom Tells Us… We Take Our Baggage With Us. I’m Not So Sure. Travel, At Its Best, Transforms Us In Ways That Aren’t Always Apparent Until We’re Back Home. Sometimes We Do Leave Our Baggage Behind, Or, Even Better, It’s Misrouted To Cleveland And Is Never Heard From Again.  – Eric Weiner

348. To Awaken Alone In A Strange Town Is One Of The Pleasantest Sensations In The World. – Freya Stark

349. It’s A Big World Out There, It Would Be A Shame Not To Experience It. – JD Andrews

350. The Life You Have Led Doesn’t Need To Be The Only Life You Have. – Anna Quindlen

351. Never Go On Trips With Anyone You Do Not Love. – Ernest Hemingway

352. Collect Moments. Not Things. – April Peerless

353. Never Get So Busy Making A Living That You Forget To Make A Life. – Dolly Parton

354. A Traveler Without Observation Is A Bird Without Wings. – Moslih Eddin Saadi

355. The Best Dreams Happen When You’re Awake. – Cherie Gilderbloom

356. It Feels Good To Be Lost In The Right Direction. – Unknown

357. Travel Is Glamorous Only In Retrospect. – Paul Theroux

358. To Awaken Quite Alone In A Strange Town Is One Of The Pleasantest Sensations In The World. – Freya Stark

359. To Those Who Stay Put, The World Is But An Imaginary Place. But To The Movers, The Makers, And The Shakers, The World Is All Around, An Endless Invitation. – Unknown

360. People Travel To Faraway Places To Watch, In Fascination, The Kind Of People They Ignore At Home. – Dagobert D. Runes

361. Don’t Tell Me How Educated You Are, Tell Me How Much You Have Traveled. – Mohammed

362. Jet Lag Is For Amateurs. – Dick Clark

363. The First Condition Of Understanding A Foreign Country Is To Smell It. – Rudyard Kipling

364. And If Travel Is Like Love, It Is, In The End, Mostly Because It’s A Heightened State Of Awareness, In Which We Are Mindful, Receptive, Undimmed By Familiarity And Ready To Be Transformed. That Is Why The Best Trips, Like The Best Love Affairs, Never Really End. – Pico Iyer

365. Twenty Years From Now You Will Be More Disappointed By The Things That You Didn’t Do Than By The Ones You Did Do. So Throw Off The Bowlines. Sail Away From The Safe Harbor. Catch The Trade Winds In Your Sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.- Mark Twain

366. How You Live Your Life Is Up To You. You Have To Go Out And Grab The World By The Horns. Rope It Before It Ties You Down And Decides For You. – Sarah Reijonen

367. You Only Live Once, But If You Do It Right, Once Is Enough. – Mae West

368. The Impulse To Travel Is One Of The Hopeful Symptoms Of Life. – Agnes Repplier

369. Man Cannot Discover New Oceans Unless He Has The Courage To Lose Sight Of The Shore. – Andre Gide

370. You Can’t Control The Past, But You Can Control Where You Go Next. – Kirsten Hubbard

371. Travel Is Fatal To Prejudice, Bigotry, And Narrow-mindedness. – Mark Twain

372. In Life, It’s Not Where You Go, It’s Who You Travel With – Charles Schulz

373. Those Who Follow The Crowd Usually Get Lost In It. – Rick Warren

374. To Travel Is To Discover That Everyone Is Wrong About Other Countries.  – Aldous Huxley

375. There’s A Sunrise And Sunset Every Single Day, And They’re Absolutely Free. Don’t Miss So Many Of Them. – Jo Watson

376. The Value Of Your Travels Does Not Hinge On How Many Stamps You Have In Your Passport When You Get Home — And The Slow Nuanced Experience Of A Single Country Is Always Better Than The Hurried, Superficial Experience Of Forty Countries. – Rolf Potts

377. Because When You Stop And Look Around, This Life Is Pretty Amazing. – Johnatan Winters

378. When Overseas You Learn More About Your Own Country, Than You Do The Place You’re Visiting. – Clint Borgen

379. If You Are Always Trying To Be Normal, You Will Never Know How Amazing You Can Be. – Maya Angelou

380. If An Ass Goes Travelling, He’ll Not Come Home A Horse. – Thomas Fuller

381. A Journey Is Best Measured In Friends Rather Than Miles. – Tim Cahill

382. Traveling – It Leaves You Speechless, Then Turns You Into A Storyteller. – Ibn Battuta

383. Oh Darling, Let’s Be Adventurers – Unknown

384. Half The Fun Of The Travel Is The Aesthetic Of Lostness. – Ray Bradbury

385. One Doesn’t Discover New Lands Without Consenting To Lose Sight Of The Shore For A Very Long Time. – Andre Gide

386. Travel Is Never A Matter Of Money, But Of Courage. – Paulo Coelho

387. The Man Who Goes Alone Can Start Today, But He Who Travels With Another Must Wait Till That Other Is Ready. – Henry David Thoreau

388. Someday I’m Going To Be Free And I’m Going To Travel The World – Unknown

389. I Have Found Out That There Ain’t No Surer Way To Find Out Whether You Like People Or Hate Them Than To Travel With Them. – Mark Twain

390. Travel Expands The Mind And Fills The Gap. – Sheda Savage

391. We Leave Something Of Ourselves Behind When We Leave A Place, We Stay There, Even Though We Go Away. And There Are Things In Us That We Can Find Again Only By Going Back There. – Pascal Mercier

392. There’s Something About Arriving In New Cities, Wandering Empty Streets With No Destination. I Will Never Lose The Love For The Arriving, But I’m Born To Leave. – Charlotte Eriksson

393. With The Right Mindset And Spirit, Only The Sky Is The Limit – Unknown

394. Travel Is The Only Thing You Buy That Makes You Richer. – Unknown

395. No One Realizes How Beautiful It Is To Travel Until He Comes Home And Rests His Head On His Old, Familiar Pillow. – Lin Yutang

396. Little By Little, One Travels Far. – J.R.R Tolkien

397. Tourists Don’t Know Where They’ve Been, Travelers Don’t Know Where They’re Going. – Paul Theroux

398. He Who Returns From A Journey Is Not The Same As He Who Left. – Chinese Proverb

399. I Travel Not To Cross Countries Off A List, But To Ignite Passionate Affairs With Destinations. – Nyssa P. Chopra

400. Live Your Life By A Compass, Not A Clock. – Stephen Covey

401. Not Until We Are Lost Do We Begin To Find Ourselves. – Henry David Thoreau

402. Life Is Short And The World Is Wide, The Sooner You Start Exploring It, The Better. – Simon Raven

403. Fill Your Life With Experiences, Not Things. Have Stories To Tell, Not Stuff To Show.  – Unknown

404. Never Hesitate To Go Far Away, Beyond All Seas, All Frontiers, All Countries, All Beliefs. – Amin Maalouf

405. Remember That Happiness Is A Way Of Travel – Roy M. Goodman

406. Travel Doesn’t Become Adventure Until You Leave Yourself Behind – Marty Rubin

407. To Travel Is Worth Any Cost Or Sacrifice. – Elizabeth Gilbert

408. Where To Next? – Unknown

409. All We Have To Decide Is What To Do With The Time That Is Given Us. – J.R.R. Tolkien

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