Some articles on travels:
... In Melbourne, Harrop was poetry editor for Overland and founded the arts journal Helix (Canberra then Melbourne then Santa Barbara), which broke new ground in contesting the narrow nationalist agenda of literary Australia in the late 1970s ... He completed his doctorate at the University of Melbourne with a psychological study of postwar poetry (1981) ...
... Love Travels is the ninth studio album released by American country music singer Kathy Mattea ... Three singles were released from it "455 Rocket", "I'm on Your Side", and "Love Travels" ... a peak of #21 on the Billboard country charts, while "Love Travels" was her final Top 40 country entry at #39 ...
... the ride is released onto the main downhill track, which the ride is not physically held onto, it travels through various bobsled track style curves, picking up speed, before reaching the lowest curve and ...
... The highway travels from Villa de Zaragoza, San Luis Potosí at its northern end to Playa Azul, Michoacán, located near the Pacific Ocean, at its southern end. 37 is split into two segments the first segment travels from Villa de Zaragoza to San Felipe, Guanajuato ... The second segments travels from Manuel Doblado, Guanajuato to Playa Azul at Mexican Federal Highway 200 ...
... Accounts and travels A remarkable account of a sea captain, the travels of Bruce in various parts of the southern hemisphere, account of David Sands, travels and adventures among ...
Famous quotes containing the word travels:
“It is only for a little while, only occasionally, methinks, that we want a garden. Surely a good man need not be at the labor to level a hill for the sake of a prospect, or raise fruits and flowers, and construct floating islands, for the sake of a paradise. He enjoys better prospects than lie behind any hill. Where an angel travels it will be paradise all the way, but where Satan travels it will be burning marl and cinders.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“Take the instant way,
For honor travels in a strait so narrow,
Where one but goes abreast. Keep then the path,
For emulation hath a thousand sons
That one by one pursue. If you give way,
Or hedge aside from the direct forthright,
Like to an entered tide, they all rush by
And leave you hindmost.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)
“Imagination places the future world for us either above or below or in reincarnation. We dream of travels throughout the universe: is not the universe within us? We do not know the depths of our spirit. M The mysterious path leads within. In us, or nowhere, lies eternity with its worlds, the past and the future.”
—Novalis [Friedrich Von Hardenberg] (17721801)