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Food for Thought: Have you been bitten by the Travel Bug?

June 13, 2013

This quote made me both smile and frown this morning. Here is to our upcoming adventures!

via hostelworld.com

From → Travel

8 Comments
  1. I’m pretty sure that the travel bug bit me at the ripe old age of 8 months. As I race headlong towards 40, I still find myself with the urge to pick up and go see something on a regular basis. Of course these days I’ve learned to control it so that it can be satisfied with the occasional day trip until I’m able to take longer time to go and explore again…

    • Laura Hilger permalink

      Yes, me too Kit, I hear you. I’m always finding ways to feed the bug so that I have quality of life, and don’t constantly talk regret like so many people. You seem to be one that is sucking the marrow out of life in the right ways though so cheers to you for that!

  2. Travel bug hit me big time, double hard when our kids left for college. Just returned from China! On our way to Napa. Where are you off to next?

    • Laura Hilger permalink

      That’s wonderful Julia! Just Charleston, but I live it there. Napa is wonderful-it’s so lofty, like you’re swimming in a novel that isn’t your life. Love the wine of course-enjoy!

      • South Carolina?

      • Laura Hilger permalink

        Yes! I’m going there for work, but am going to play too! would love to hear more a out China-that must have been amazing!

  3. Pierre permalink

    yep I did, by meeting the whole world on the Camino de Santiago !! And being out of my country, out of my comfort zone. (that becomes the real comfort, finally, because focused on the essential, humain, sharing, meeting etc.). By owning nothing else than a backpack. (the more it becomes small the more it enriches)
    By eating only freshly picked up fruits on the path for 3 full days without going buying food. Once you have tasted to freedom… Once a man is standing up and walking… he can’t be chained, enslaved, overcame anymore.

    Don’t stop walking !

  4. Pierre permalink

    yep I did, by meeting the whole world on the Camino de Santiago !! And being out of my country, out of my comfort zone. (that becomes the real comfort, finally, because focused on the essential, on the humain, sharing, meeting, benefaction, loving etc.). By owning nothing else than a backpack. (the more it becomes small the more it enriches)
    By eating only freshly picked up fruits on the path for 3 full days without going buying food. Once you have tasted to freedom… Once a man is standing up and walking… he can’t be chained, enslaved, overcame anymore.

    Don’t stop walking !

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