travelverb

  • ja旅行する
  • ento make a journey or go from one place to another

Examples

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So living in a van, for us, means that we can travel to places that we love to go
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and really experience the countries and the culture a little bit better.
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Joe Jansen has been on a number of different cruises,
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but this is the first time he’s traveled to Cleveland on a ship.
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Oh, yeah, about our house, it moves, ’cause we travel all over the world.
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You see, my dad hosts his nature show,
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and my mom shoots it.
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Just like the first video,
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each dude will travel to their own location and metal detect for treasure.
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May the best find win.
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If I could make up a scenario in which I would be the happiest I could be,
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it would be to be traveling across a part of America I’ve never been to
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with a bunch of crazy people that I don’t know.
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I'm traveling to all 254 counties to meet everybody that I can.