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This may be one of the oldest travel quotes I’ve ever highlighted in this feature! This phrase has been used time and time again in movies, music lyrics, and more. I think that’s because it speaks so strongly to an instinct within all of us. An instinct to solve our problems and change our circumstances by…

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Sometimes when I see a map of the world hung up on the wall I look at it and think of all the friends I have scattered across the globe. The friendships you make when traveling are a very unique breed: intense, often lifelong, and usually rooted in common lifestyle and passion. This week’s travel quote…

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Quick Note To My International Readers: A US-based reader wrote to me looking for an international pen pal to fill a requirement for a university class. Anyone want to write to a cool New York chick for a few months? Send me a message and I’ll put you in touch! Today’s travel quote comes from a…

This travel quote is famous among dreamers and wanderers alike, and for good reason. It’s a beautiful tribute to taking risks and choosing the nontraditional. “Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines, sail away from the…

I haven’t put up a travel quote in a while now, and I miss them! “I haven’t been everywhere, but it’s on my list” -Susan Sontag As you may know, Mark and I just returned from a seven week trip through Vietnam and Cambodia. I find that travel is a thirst that is never quenched. The…

I love this week’s travel quote, which I find applies especially strongly to travel bloggers. “Pilgrims are poets who create by taking journeys.” -Richard Niebuhr See? I’m not bumming around the world, I’m creating a piece of art! That’s what I’ll tell any naysayers from here forward…

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On one of my three plane rides to Scotland, I was reading through a few copies of the New York Times Travel section that I had saved for this very occasion. Pico Ayer, one of my favorite travel writers, had written a front page editorial called “Why We Travel” and the paper received so many excellent…