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© Matt Moscatello { facebook }
Volcano National Park, Hawaii
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Capri mountains
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Anchieta highway - November, 1970 - Brazil
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We have been called many things. Travelers, by default. But we like to be called nomads. Explorers. Vagabonds. Adventurers. Wayfarers. Modern gypsies. Wanderers. We’ve adopted them all. A growing breed of humans with restless feet and the inability to stay still, the inability to stay in one place.
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/stephanie-dandan/why-we-travel_1_b_4776068.html (via youbackpacking)
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I am not the same having seen the moon shine on the other side of the world.
Mary Anne Radmacher (via introspectivepoet)
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Personally I like going places where I don’t speak the language, don’t know anybody, don’t know my way around and don’t have any delusions that I’m in control. Disoriented, even frightened, I feel alive, awake in ways I never am at home.
Michael Mewshaw (via travelingilove)
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Mejor ver algo una vez que escuchar sobre ello mil veces.

Paisaje al fondo: Mont Blanc.
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When you’re traveling, you are what you are, right there and then. People don’t have your past to hold against you. No yesterdays on the road.
William Least Heat-Moon (via travelingilove)
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It’s funny. When you leave your home and wander really far, you always think, ‘I want to go home.’ But then you come home, and of course it’s not the same. You can’t live with it, you can’t live away from it. And it seems like from then on there’s always this yearning for some place that doesn’t exist. I felt that. Still do. I’m never completely at home anywhere.

Danzy Senna

(The most perfect quote I’ve ever read about traveling, this is how I perpetually feel.)

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