journey not the arrival matters...

@salma07 (641)
March 31, 2012 9:05am CST
This is a quote from T.S.Elliot, well i am not voracious reader or something, this is something i picked up from interest, i am posting it here, because its my long time aim, dream, whatever you can call it, i want to travel ever since i read the book motorcycle diaries, it has become a sort of obsession to travel without anybody but a close one, i guess i am too involved to try out that crazy idea because of family and my life commitments but i wish i can do this once, just pack my bags and travel just once, for many of you guys, it may sound so absurd but to tell you the truth in all my existence, i've left my hometown only twice that is for an education purpose, i really wished i had more such trips and could learn a lot about the places in my country and also in this world but unfortunately i am unlucky in that aspect
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@maximax8 (28570)
• United Kingdom
18 Apr 12
I have been very lucky to be able to do lots of traveling to different countries in the world. From my early years I wanted to find out about other lands and do plenty of traveling when I was older. Most of all I adore traveling by train and my second choice is by bus. When there is a long haul distance or lack of time the only choice is by plane. I have just come home from my trip to Argentina, Chile, Brazil and Uruguay. On it we had a long distance to travel there and back plus whilst there some lengthy bus journeys averaging 20 hours a time. I travel with my four year old disabled son and my two year old daughter. I hope that you will be able to go off traveling soon. Good luck.
@salma07 (641)
• India
18 Apr 12
wow...i envy you so much i wish i can actually go somewhere rather than wishing to go there before there..but ya you have an awesome your family accompanies you so it must be a great experience....Thanks and good luck with ur future adventures