Thou knowest of no strange continent;
Thou hast not felt thy bosom keep
A gentle motion with the deep;
Thou hast not sailed in Indian seas,
Where scent comes forth in every breeze.
Thou hast not seen the rich grape grow
For miles, as far as eyes can go"
William Henry Davies was a Welsh poet who spent a significant part of his life as a tramp.
So he probably knew a lot about travelling and wandering.
Travelling, wandering, sight-seeing.
People tend to make their own hit parade in which being a traveller is better than being a tourist.
I don’t agree.
Whether you’re finding your inner self in Tibet or trampling around Harrods, you’re doing something that you usually do not do and that’s always an experience (unless you find your inner self in Tibet or trample around Harrods on a daily basis).
A travel-inspired paper garland with reprints of vintage travel tickets and a vintage Italian postcard. These are not original items but have been reprinted and cut out by me.
The garland is strung on cotton brown/white baker’s twine with little wooden beads on the ends.
Printed on 200 g ivory coloured FSC certified paper.
Length: approx. 31” (79 cm)
For wanderers, travellers, tourists or sweet-stay-at-homes (like me)
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