Gardner McKay – Travel Quote of the Week

This week’s travel quote comes from Gardner McKay, an American writer, actor, and artist. Throughout his life, McKay did things his own way. Having gained considerable fame in Hollywood during the 1950s and ’60s, McKay elected to leave acting in the ’70s to…

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Epictetus – Travel Quote of the Week

Epictetus was a Greek-speaking Stoic philosopher from the first century AD. His teachings have influenced a wide range of people including the Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius, the military commander James Stockdale, and the modern spiritual guru Eckart Tolle. Epictetus was born…

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Max Lucado – Travel Quote of the Week

Max Lucado is an American writer, preacher, and speaker. He has written over 100 books on the philosophy of life—many of which have become best sellers.Lucid was born into a working class family in Texas. He seldom traveled growing up,…

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Cus D’Amato – Travel Quote of the Week

Cus D’Amato was an American boxing manager and who helped train Mike Tyson, Floyd Patterson, and José Torres—all of whom are members of the International Boxing Hall of Fame.D’Amato was born in the Bronx in 1908 to a family of…

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Erol Ozan – Travel Quote of the Week

Erol Ozan is a writer, scientist, and professor of information technology at East Carolina University. He has degrees in electrical engineering, applied physics, and engineering management.In his novel Talus, Ozan writes “some beautiful paths can’t be discovered without getting lost.”…

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