Welcome to our collection of Travel quotes! Whether you are an avid traveler or simply have a love for adventure, this page is dedicated to inspiring and capturing the essence of wanderlust. Here, you will find a compilation of quotes that will ignite your imagination and motivate you to explore the world.
Traveling opens up a world of possibilities and allows you to experience different cultures, landscapes, and people. It has the power to broaden our horizons and teach us valuable life lessons. The quotes on this page encapsulate the joy, beauty, and transformative nature of travel.
From famous explorers and philosophers to modern-day nomads, these quotes reflect on the importance of stepping outside of our comfort zones and embracing the unknown. They remind us that the journey is just as important as the destination and encourage us to live our lives with a sense of adventure and curiosity.
So, if you're dreaming of embarking on a new adventure, seeking inspiration for your next trip, or simply want to indulge in some wanderlust, browse through these quotes and let them transport you to distant lands and uncharted territories.
'A Fair Maiden' existed in notes and sketches for perhaps a year. When I traveled, I would take along with me my folder of notes - 'ideas for stories.' Eventually, I began to write it and wrote it fairly swiftly - in perhaps two months of fairly intense writing and rewriting. Most of my time writing is really re-writing.
When traveling is made too easy and comfortable, its spiritual meaning is lost. This may be called sentimentalism, but a certain sense of loneliness engendered by traveling leads one to reflect upon the meaning of life, for life is after all a travelling from one unknown to another unknown.
My goals have changed throughout my life. At one time it was winning awards, selling out concert dates, selling more albums than anyone else. Now, my goals are to see my grandchildren grown, live a long and healthy life with my family and friends and travel the world.
I was staying in a hotel in San Francisco for a couple of nights, before flying back to the UK. My hotel was a desperate grey block made from paper and people’s screams. At night the sound of strangers having icy sex echoed off the building and poured through the broken air conditioning, like tiny daggers I couldn't see, reminding me of just the tip of what I was missing.