journey


journey
01. They went on a two-week [journey] up the Amazon River to look at the plant life there.
02. The superfast bullet train can make the [journey] between Tokyo and Kyoto in just over two hours.
03. She has been taking all kinds of self-help courses on her [journey] of self-discovery.
04. Clara [journeyed] through much of South America by horseback in the 1920s.
05. She went on a cultural [journey] through Thailand with her Thai friend from university.
06. Many African slaves captured for sale in America died during the difficult [journey] across the Atlantic.
07. She wrote a remarkable book about her [journey] across the Australian desert by camel.
08. When we look at a distant galaxy, we see it as it was billions of years ago when its light began the [journey] toward Earth.
09. Ben Sweetland once observed that success is a [journey] not a destination.
10. There is a Chinese proverb which states that the [journey] is the reward.
11. Pat Conroy once stated that without music, life is a [journey] through a desert.
12. The island of South Georgia, southeast of the Falklands, lacks roads or airports. The only access is by sea, and the [journey] can take up to 10 days.
13. The first woman to go into outer space was Valentina Tereshkova, a Russian, who made her historic [journey] in 1963.
14. A jet airliner would need more than 18 years to complete the [journey] our sun's rays make through space in 8 minutes.
15. In the year 804, a Buddhist priest named Kukai made a perilous [journey] from Japan to China, seeking wisdom.
16. A fascinating [journey] for visitors to Mali is a boat trip along the River Niger.
17. In one of the most impressive open boat [journeys] in recorded history, Lieutenant William Bligh sailed almost 5,800 kilometers across the Pacific Ocean.
18. On March 12th, 1930, Mahatma Gandhi began a 300-mile protest [journey] against a British law establishing a monopoly in producing salt in India.
19. A Russian proverb states that a wise companion is half the [journey].

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