Amelia Barr – Travel Quote of the Week

This week’s travel quote comes from Amelia E. Barr, a nineteenth-century British-American novelist. Born in England in 1831, Barr moved to the Texas at the age of 19, the lonesome landscapes and rugged inhabitants of which inspired a prolific career filled with semi-historical tales and novels. Although…

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Lao-Tzu – Travel Quote of the Week

This week’s travel quote comes from Lao-Tzu, a legendary Chinese writer and philosopher. Little is known about his life, but most scholars believe he was born in China during the sixth century BC, making him a contemporary of Confucius. He is best known…

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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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