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Wanderlust Wednesday- Quotes That Inspire Travel- Part 8

Hey, everyone!  Back with another post on ‘Quotes that Inspire Travel’!  I’m seriously in love with these travel quotes, and I keep finding more and more, so I hope you guys like them!  (Below there are links to the previous 7 posts on ‘Quotes that Inspire Travel’.)


“Nothing induces concentration or inspires memory like an alien landscape or a foreign culture.  It is simply not possible (as romantics think) to lose yourself in an exotic place.  Much more likely is an experience of intense nostalgia, a harking back to an earlier stage of your life, or seeing clearly a serious mistake.  But this does not happen to the exclusion of the exotic present.  What makes the whole experience vivid and sometimes thrilling is the juxtaposition of the present and the past.”

-Paul Theroux-


“For if every true love affair can feel like a journey to a foreign country, where you can’t quite speak the language, and you don’t know where you’re going, and you’re pulled ever deeper into the inviting darkness, every trip to a foreign country can be a love affair, where you’re left puzzling over who you are and whom you’ve fallen in love with… All good trips are, like love, about being carried out of yourself and deposited in the midst of terror and wonder.”

-Pico Iyer-


” He didn’t think of himself as a tourist; he was a traveler.  The difference is partly one of time, he would explain.  Whereas the tourist generally hurries back home at the end of a few weeks or months, the traveler, belonging no more to one place than to the next, moves slowly, over periods of years, from one part of the earth to another.”

-Paul Bowles-


“Travel is not a vacation, and it is often the opposite of a rest.”

-Paul Theroux-


“If the customs and manners of men were everywhere the same, there would be no office so dull as that of a traveler: for the difference of hills, valleys, rivers; in short the various views in which we may see the face of the earth, would scarce afford him a pleasure worthy of his labour…”

-Henry Fielding-

For more quotes click the links below:

Quotes that Inspire Travel: Part 1

Quotes that Inspire Travel: Part 2

Quotes that Inspire Travel: Part 3

Quotes that Inspire Travel: Part 4

Quotes that Inspire Travel: Part 5 

Quotes that Inspire Travel: Part 6

Quotes that Inspire Travel: Part 7

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    Little Fingers
    September 20, 2012 at 2:48 pm

    Beautiful quotes 🙂

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      September 22, 2012 at 10:47 pm

      Thank you, I can’t get enough of them. Thanks for reading!

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    September 26, 2012 at 11:31 pm

    Zip! I seriously need to get on doing some long-term travel, huh? Can’t wait to be done with school!

    • Reply
      September 27, 2012 at 9:01 pm

      I feel the same way! I’d be able to travel so much more if I didn’t have school!

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