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No rest for the weary? Ha! It should be no rest for the wanderlust because it's exhausting preparing for a trip.
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That’s the wanderlust reward so many students, reeling from more than a year of distance learning, are craving.College students weigh risks and rewards of studying abroad in pandemic era|Kinsey Gidick|July 30, 2021|Washington Post
The first rule of picking out the best gifts for travelers is to choose useful gear that will enhance wanderlust rather than hinder it.
Still, vaccines are offering hope that Americans will rediscover their wanderlust and cast off the limitations of video chats and telephone calls.Vaccine rollout could boost the travel industry—and spell the end of deep discounts|Rachel King|December 24, 2020|Fortune
These are seriously fun journeys that allow users to satisfy their wanderlust without a plane ticket.Our 10 Favorite Multimedia Design Projects of 2013||December 31, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Wanderlust stresses a no-harm-done mantra, and their intention is not, as Austin puts it, “to poke holes in the security theater.”
With the watch, Wanderlust found a way to cover costs and ensure a varied and trustworthy clientele.
The Night Heron was the first adventure Wanderlust opened up to an audience larger than a pre-set guest list.
The Wanderlust Projects duo are building bars in water towers and romantic getaways in abandoned resorts.
Easy as life was for Gorky in this city, where he remained for a while, the "wanderlust" again seized him.Contemporary Russian Novelists|Serge Persky
He was a boyish and attractive individual whom the wanderlust had driven westward from his home in Wisconsin.Roosevelt in the Bad Lands|H. Hagedorn.
The Wanderlust becomes chronic, and mainly because it was not treated properly in its intermittent stage.Tramping with Tramps|Josiah Flynt
The sweet fragrance of blossoming orchards tingled in your nostrils and thrilled you with wanderlust.If You Don't Write Fiction|Charles Phelps Cushing
Moonlight nights had come and the wanderlust was growing more and more insistent in his veins.Kazan|James Oliver Curwood
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Cultural definitions for wanderlust
A German word for the irresistibly strong desire to travel or wander.