True travel requires patience

“Impatient people…find that travel is slow and full of nuisance and delay — that there’s no instant gratification. Or that there’s only one bus or train a week and you might get stuck. They haven’t got the patience for it but that’s what travel teaches you. Temperamentally, people are less suited to travel than ever because the Internet is so quick in offering answers. But they’re not always the right answers.”
–Paul Theroux, Gadling interview, May 7th, 2013

Posted by | Comments (1)  | February 10, 2014
Category: Travel Quote of the Day

One Response to “True travel requires patience”

  1. bhargab paul Says:

    its very true if you are not patient with your travels ,you can’t never feel the essence and beuaty of travelling…. travels can teach the various ups and downs of your lifee.. true travelers are really veryy patient and always want to go deep while travelling