The journey, not the arrival matters by T.S. Elliot
For most people travelling means arriving as soon as possible at the travel destination. The journey is mostly a burden that has to be taken in order to arrive, let alone the journey back home. For others, travelling starts the moment they leave home. When only thinking of arriving, people will miss out on experiences that can happen during the journey, the people one can meet, the food one can taste, the adventure that can happen.
When enjoying travelling from the moment the journey starts, the travellers will be much more relaxed and will arrive at the destination with a sense of relaxation. At least, that is how we always travel, to savour every moment of the trip we take.
How do you travel? Is the journey a burden or a joy?