Travel Quote Tuesday | Samantha Shannon

Those of us who are able to travel are favoured by immense good fortune. We have been born into countries where our economies and lifestyles allow us to earn sufficient disposable income to afford to travel, into societies where travel is encouraged and recognised as a worthwhile and enjoyable pursuit, and into an era when ... Read more »

Travel Quote Tuesday | Vera Nazarian

Some places feel a lot like home, others far less so, but most of them are home to someone. The exceptions I’m thinking of are the deserts and wildlife reserves I’ve visited in Southern Africa, the Galapagos Islands and the Falkands Islands, where there are few if any (human) residents. But when I’m visiting somewhere ... Read more »

Travel Quote Tuesday | Roman Payne

We are made to move! Since first our species evolved, we’ve migrated around the whole world. For some of us, those itchy feet don’t like to settle permanently without the occasional wander to satisfy the itch! I’ve been enjoying a lot of quotes from Roman Payne lately. He’s an American novelist who moved to France ... Read more »

Travel Quote Tuesday | Erol Ozan

I’m not generally a huge fan of getting lost. I have always felt more comfortable having a map on my person, or these days, a device that can load Google Maps and an internet connection. That said, what I do love to do is wander in a local area without a planned route, often discovering ... Read more »

Travel Quote Tuesday | Vladimir Nabokov

I really identify with this quote by Vladimir Nabokov, a Russian-American novelist born in 1899. I can see just why he’s used the word nostalgia to portray that diametrically opposite longing for somewhere you’ve not yet been; nostalgia often paints an inaccurate picture of the place you long to revisit – tinted by the rose-coloured ... Read more »