Travel Words of Wisdom – No. 26

27 11 2008

“Dear Diary, Day 4: Fell off my stool again…”         (Mgahinga, Uganda)

 

 

“I never travel without my diary. One should always have something sensational to read in the train.


Oscar Wilde

 

 

 

 

Photo and post by: Simon Vaughan

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Travel Words of Wisdom – No. 12

29 10 2008

 “I would rather describe it as rustic.”                  (Nyika Plateau, Malawi)

 

 

“If the room’s $29.95, skip the complimentary breakfast.”

 

         Gary Mule Deer

 

 

 

Photo and post by: Simon Vaughan

 

 

(answer to yesterday’s Spot the Imposter: Venice on left, Vegas on right)





Travel Words of Wisdom – No. 30

14 10 2008

Turn left at the lavender floe, right at the purple berg, and straight…  (Antarctica)

 

“I see my path, but I don’t know where it leads. Not knowing where I’m going is what inspires me to travel it.”
  
– Rosalia de Castro

 

 

 

Photo and post by:  Simon Vaughan





Travel Words of Wisdom – No. 20

7 10 2008

I feel so alien.                     (Wycliffe Well, Northern Territory, Australia)

 

 “The traveller sees what he sees, the tourist sees what he has come to see.”
 – G. K. Chesterton

 

 

 

 

Photo and post by:  Simon Vaughan





Travel Words of Wisdom – No. 24

17 09 2008

“I dunno…I think it says something about pirates.”   Cape Point, South Africa 

“Those who know nothing of foreign languages know nothing of their own.”
 
– Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

 

 

Photo and post:  Simon Vaughan





Travel Words of Wisdom – No. 15

20 08 2008

“What do you mean you can’t remember where you put the gold?”   (Iceland)

“We may run, walk, stumble, drive, or fly, but let us never lose sight of the reason for the journey, or miss a chance to see a rainbow on the way.”

 

Gloria Gaither

 

 

Photo and post:  Simon Vaughan





Travel Words of Wisdom – No. 11

5 08 2008

Natron hole

I think it’s mud, what do you think?                                 (Lake Natron, Tanzania)

“Only he that has travelled the road knows where the holes are deep.”
 
Chinese Proverb

 

Photo and post by: Simon Vaughan