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British. My mother
I travel backwards and forwards quite a lot. I live very near to the train station. I'm kind of playing at being an expatriate, I suppose.
What was a foreigner, anyway? Is the place you're born the only place you really belong? At what point do you stop being from "away" and start being from "here"?
If this is the United States, mail me home.
Where have you been all of your life?
Everywhere, I am welcome, I will stay there.
Words are the soul's ambassadors, who go / Abroad upon her errands to and fro.
I come from rather an international, or in other words, a cosmopolitan background.
I'm stuck somewhere a small island in the middle of the Atlantic where I'm alone. Because in France, they're like, 'No, you're not like us, you're not a French guy.' And in America, they're like, 'You're not like us.' I'm really alone in my little thing.
A land even more remote, America, which is farther than death.
[I]f you live abroad any good while, the notion of home is permanently compromised. You will always be missing another place, and no national logic will ever again seem fully obvious to you.
all of life is a foreign country.
And what exotic part of the world do you come from?
People say, 'Where do you live?' and I say that theoretically, I live in London, but basically that's just where I go to change my suitcase. Otherwise, I'm always flying somewhere.
Here, there, and everywhere-an opinionated riddle.
Name a country, and I have probably been there.
Out my window.. I see everything I dream about and wished I had
Love as much as you can from wherever you are.
Europe is usually where I am usually galloping around.
in a still, delicious room, with the summer morning sunshine
Wherever you travel to, there is your home.
Home, you think. Home. This is my world. This is where I come from. Everyone I know, everyone I ever heard of, grew up down there, under that relentless and exquisite blue.
I live in New York and travel all over the world on a regular basis.
I'm a misplaced American, but don't know where I was misplaced.
There's bits of my heart in different countries around the world in which I travel.
At home, I hardly ever leave London. I don't like the countryside in England.
To the people here, we are outsiders. Foreigners.
Where the hell is Australia anyway?
Where you travel to, I would love to receive a beautiful postcard.
events in other countries." The
Crowns in my purse I have, and goods at home,
And so am come abroad to see the world.
Where do you want to go?"
"Wherever you are
here you are in Bath, and
I'm here in the mountains, in the foothills of the Catskills.
One of the cool, chaste countries - Canada or Sweden.
I'm based in L.A., mainly. I'm pretty much there a lot of the time doing work.
If you're not in Germany, you're not in Europe. And if you're not in Asia, you're nowhere.
God is at home. We are in the far country.
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA REPUBLIC OF AMERICA
Down in the park with a friend called Five.
I might live in Manhattan or Edinburgh or Cardiff. I think of myself as without nationality.
Don't ever tell anyone where you bought something. If you get a complement say, Thank you. I got it in Europe.
It could be Paris. It could be Rio de Janeiro. It could be anywhere but home: someplace, anyplace, disorienting enough to make him notice what he wouldn't otherwise see. (The medicinal benefits of disorientation can never be overestimated.)
The land of embarrassment and breakfast.
Every summer, around late July and into August, I find myself in Europe, performing at any festival that will have me.
...strangely alone in the most public of places.
Home?' I say. It's a word that can mean anywhere and nowhere.
I go to Shenzhen, China, and am taken to a vast luxury spa with a hundred leather recliners and a hundred accompanying plasma screen televisions bolted to the ceiling.
our family's house.
England is the first country that I've had a no. 1 album in, so it is now officially my home away from home.
Seek not abroad, for in the inner man dwells the truth.
our cabin in the woods in Clare.
In this house, speaking and thinking
UK - that was Britain.
Through his long, productive career, Paul Theroux has mixed nonfiction books about exotic travel with novels set in exotic places. Africa, Singapore, Hong Kong, Honduras - he lives in and writes about places most of us never see.
Internationally, I have as large of a fan base - if not larger - than I have domestically.
In the kitchen, the machine
America, the plum blossoms are falling.
windows back home. Very occasionally we saw a sheepish looking tourist step inside their doors, or a resigned looking local, but for the
Toronto Sydney New Delhi
Everywhere, I have travel to, I felt loved.
Living abroad facilitates treating life as a spectacle.
People ask me where I live most of the time, and it's kind of complicated for me to answer, because I'm not really sure. It's somewhere in between London, Rome, Paris, and Rio.
I think everyone just goes to London and says like, oh I went international!
I could be unraveling wherever I'm traveling, even to foreign shores.
The world invited me many places.
Much more exotic life than I do. Where do you come up with
Sitting in an English garden waiting for the sun, and if the sun don't come, we'll be standing in the English rain.
town. In the back of his
I'm a travel enthusiast.
I was living in the U.K. I was back in New Zealand for the New Zealand Music Awards, which is like our annual New Zealand GRAMMYs.
Orlaith asks as we return to the tree. Germany. You know they have sausages in vending machines there?
around the country, fill your belly well -
I love to travel. I'm a curious person.
Coming out of town - willingly as usual.
on a boat, the better.
I consider myself to be an international woman.
Tell me, O muse, of travellers far and wide
I have fans all around the world.
I've been lucky enough to travel widely. When you're based in Europe, it's very easy to go to Madrid or Budapest for the weekend. I also lived in Italy for ten years and now live in Ireland.
When you visit a foreign city you are in it, but not of it, separated by a glass wall. Once, while a student, I was getting dressed in my ground-floor room when a family of Italians crossed the grass to watch, as if I were laid on for their amusement and instruction.
I live between Europe, America and Asia.
Wherever you have friends that's your country, and wherever you receive love, that's your home.
I don't like to go to strange places. I was in Italy for about five hours on my way to Africa.
Off the coast and I'm headed nowhere
In Geneva, I was seen as an outsider. In the U.S., I was considered Eurotrash. And in London, I'm seen as an American.
China. The Kaiser had temporarily
I'm kind of a globetrotter. I've been traveling since I was born and living in different locations.
Home. I have no idea what that word really means.
Here. There. Everywhere. Somewhere. Home.
Wouldst thou ever roam abroad? See, what is good lies by thy side. Only learn to catch happiness, for happiness is ever by you.
Geneva, Switzerland..i thought it was only two hours
Wherever you are, I will find you and I will bring you home
Up the well known creek
I live in a Moomin house in East London which I fill with blankets and nice crockery and get people round for dinner. When you travel a lot, you feel rootless and adrift - this is my sanctuary, where I can breathe out.
My talk show takes place in bed, in Italy.
As a New Yorker, I'm someone who lives on an island and looks across to America.
I'm in a place where I don't know where I am!
You don't need to travel, laughter is an instant vacation
Not under foreign skies
Nor under foreign wings protected -
I shared all this with my own people
There, where misfortune had abandoned us.