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Wayfarer:
a person who travels, especially from place to p lace on foot.
Wanderlust:
an impulse, longing, or urge to travel or wander.
Trek:
to travel by ox wagon; to travel slowly or laboriously.
Traverse:
to pass, move, or exgtend over or across, oppose; to survy inspect carefully; to swivel or pivot; to move across a mountain slope in an oblique direction or zig zagging.
Transmigrate:
to move from one habitation or country to another; in religion, to pass into some other body at death
Tandem:
two wheeled carraige drawn by horses harnessed one behind the other; a team of horses
Safari:
journey or hunting expedition, especially in East Africa; the caravan of such an expedition; a long, carefully planned trip, usually with a large entourage.
Portmanteau:
a case or bag to carry clothing in while traveling, especially a leather trunk or suitcase withc opens into two halves.
Peripatetic:
moving from place to place
Landmark:
any fixed object used to mark the boundry of a peice of land; any prominent feature of the landscape, serving to identify a particular locality.
Hustings:
the route followed by a campaigner for political office, an election platform
Hegira:
any flight or journey to a move desirable or cingenial place than where one is.
Conclerge:
doorkeeper; caretaker; custodian
Cartography:
art of business of drawing or making charts or maps.
Antipodal:
on the opposite side of the globe; diametrically opposite.