Travel Lovers Famous Quotes & Sayings

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15 Travel Lovers Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Travel Lovers Sayings By Graham Joyce: Someone said that thirty was a significant birthday, and everyone around the table agreed. Someone Someone said that thirty was a significant birthday, and everyone around the table agreed. Someone else said it was the first time you heard the bell.
What bell? someone asked.
But they all knew what bell. It was like you'd already completed a few laps, observed another, but this was the first time you'd properly heard the bell. There had been one at seven, but you hadn't heard it because you were so young; and then one at fourteen but you hadn't heard it because you were too busy looking over your shoulder; then another at twenty-one but you hadn't heard it because you were too busy talking; and then one at twenty-eight which for some reason took two years before you heard it. But they all agreed you did hear that one, eventually.
Your lousy career, said one guest. Babies, said one of the women. Lovers, friends, travel, said another. Parents aging. Bong. All the things you hadn't done. Might not do. Bong. — Graham Joyce
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Travel Lovers Sayings By Alexander Chase: Lovers of air travel find it exhilarating to hang poised between the illusion of immortality Lovers of air travel find it exhilarating to hang poised between the illusion of immortality and the fact of death. — Alexander Chase
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Travel Lovers Sayings By Moryah DeMott: My heart is torn in tiny pieces scattered throughout the years. I exist in several My heart is torn in tiny pieces scattered throughout the years. I exist in several places because you carry those pieces with you, wherever you go, whoever you choose to be, I'll be beside you in one form or another. — Moryah DeMott
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Travel Lovers Sayings By Vivian Swift: Anticipation. In love and travel, getting there is half the fun. The lustful impatience, the Anticipation. In love and travel, getting there is half the fun. The lustful impatience, the passionate daydreams, the nerve-wracking waiting... lovers and travelers are all alike when they find themselves on the brink of a new adventure. — Vivian Swift
Travel Lovers Sayings By Walt Whitman: My spirit has pass'd in compassion and determination around the whole earth.I have look'd for My spirit has pass'd in compassion and determination around the whole earth.
I have look'd for equals and lovers an found them ready for me in all lands,
I think some divine rapport has equalized me with them — Walt Whitman
Travel Lovers Sayings By Faith Tilley Johnson: Words are whips in the wind traveling between lovers. Words are whips in the wind traveling between lovers. — Faith Tilley Johnson
Travel Lovers Sayings By Tom Robbins: I travel in gardens and bedrooms, basements and attics, around corners, through doorways and windows, I travel in gardens and bedrooms, basements and attics, around corners, through doorways and windows, along sidewalks, over carpets, down drainpipes, in the sky, with friends, lovers, children and heros; perceived, remembered, imagined, distorted and clarified. — Tom Robbins
Travel Lovers Sayings By Lailah Gifty Akita: We travel to ancient times by reading history books. We travel to ancient times by reading history books. — Lailah Gifty Akita
Travel Lovers Sayings By Kent Nerburn: There are many ways to seek wisdom. There is travel, there are masters, there is There are many ways to seek wisdom. There is travel, there are masters, there is service. There is staring into the eyes of children and elders and lovers and strangers. There is sitting silently in one spot and there is being swept along in life's turbulent current. Life itself will grant you wisdom in ways you may neither understand nor choose. It is up to you to be open to all these sources of wisdom and to embrace them with your whole heart. — Kent Nerburn
Travel Lovers Sayings By Ellen Fein: Separate vacations have become more popular among married couples. We don't think this is a Separate vacations have become more popular among married couples. We don't think this is a good idea. Over time, doing your own thing will cause you to lead separate lives. We are not talking about a three-day trip to Florida with your sister or best friend - if you want to take small trips like this, feel free to. But if you want to take a major vacation - say, to spend two weeks in Europe - your husband should be your travel companion. But suppose your idea of a fun vacation is going to Europe or lying on the beach in the Caribbean, while your husband loves tours of historic sites and museums. Our advice is to figure out a way to do a little of both. One year, you can go to the beach, the next year you can do a tourist package together, or go on a trip with a beach near some sites of cultural interest. Once you start planning separate vacations, you become like roommates, not lovers. — Ellen Fein
Travel Lovers Sayings By Maureen Johnson: I'd love to be a tabletop in Paris, where food is art and life combined I'd love to be a tabletop in Paris, where food is art and life combined in one, where people gather and talk for hours. I want lovers to meet over me. I'd want to be covered in drops of candle wax and breadcrumbs and rings from the bottom of wineglasses. I would never be lonely, and I would always serve a good purpose. — Maureen Johnson
Travel Lovers Sayings By Anatole Broyard: Travel is like adultery; one is always tempted to be unfaithful to one's own country. Travel is like adultery; one is always tempted to be unfaithful to one's own country. To have imagination is inevitably to be dissatisfied with where you live ... in our wanderlust, we are lovers looking for consummation. — Anatole Broyard
Travel Lovers Sayings By Steven Pinker: Language-lovers know that there is a word for every fear. Are you afraid of wine? Language-lovers know that there is a word for every fear. Are you afraid of wine? Then you have oenophobia. Tremulous about train travel? You suffer from siderodromophobia. Having misgivings about your mother-in-law is pentheraphobia, and being petrified of peanut butter sticking to the roof of your mouth is arachibutyrophobia. And then there's Franklin Delano Roosevelt's affliction, the fear of fear itself, or phobophobia. — Steven Pinker
Travel Lovers Sayings By Matthew Chase Stroud: He could feel himself gliding down like the sail of a weightless craft, forever plunging He could feel himself gliding down like the sail of a weightless craft, forever plunging into the great beyond below where mermaids sing and summon their lovers home, further down into the depths of some complacent serenity, further down where thoughts float away and never return and the lightness is so grand that there is no other worldly place imaginable, for there is no world left to be
considered. There is only the soul, free from the prison of the body, and it is released to travel
another millennium through time, carrying with it the progress and industry gathered from the
mind previously occupied. — Matthew Chase Stroud
Travel Lovers Sayings By Lailah Gifty Akita: When you travel, buy a historical book about the place, read to increase your knowledge When you travel, buy a historical book about the place, read to increase your knowledge on the beautiful places of the world. — Lailah Gifty Akita