If you have to be away from home frequently or extended periods of time traveling, weather it’s because of work or pleasure, you are going to need some tips to help you go through it. I know, because I went through… Continue Reading →
Most likely you are visiting this website because you can relate (whether you realize it or not) to one of the following words you see at the top of the page. Below the meaning for each:
Fernweh (German): Have itchy feet to foreign countries: the longing, the desire to travel to a distant country.
Resfeber (Swedish): The restless race of the traveler's heart before the journey begins.
Quaquaversal (Latin): Moving or happening in every direction instantaneously. This perfectly describes my state when I’m in a new place and want to see and do everything at once.
Dérive (French): A spontaneous and unplanned journey where the traveler leaves their life behind allows themselves to be guided by the landscape and architecture.
Numinous (Latin): A powerful feeling of both fear and fascination, of being in awe and overwhelmed by what is before you.
Sturmfrei (German): The freedom of being alone and being able to do what you want.