To travel: (ˈtrævəl)
vb (mainly intr) , -els, -elling or -elled, -els, -eling or -eled
1. To go, move, or journey from one place to another:
He travels to improve his mind; she travelled across France.
2. To go, move, or journey through or across (an area, region, etc): he travelled the country.
3. To go, move, or cover a specified or unspecified distance.
4. To go from place to place as a salesman: to travel in textiles.
5. (Commerce) (esp of perishable goods) to withstand a journey.
6. (Of light, sound, etc) to be transmitted or move: the sound travelled for miles.
7. To progress or advance.
8. (Basketball) basketball to take an excessive number of steps while holding the ball.
9. (Mechanical Engineering) (of part of a mechanism) to move in a fixed predetermined path.
10. Informal to move rapidly: that car certainly travels.
11. (Often foll by with) informal to be in the company (of); associate.
12. A: the act of travelling or B: (as modifier) a travel brochure. itinerant.
13. (Usually plural) a tour or journey.
14. (Mechanical Engineering) the distance moved by a mechanical part, such as the stroke of a piston
15. Movement or passage.
See? There are so many definitions of what 'to travel' might be, yet we all see it slightly differently. Each and every single one of us has their own thoughts and ideas on things which is utterly inspiring.
The beauty of traveling really is to move into a whole new worlds which sometimes only takes a few hours, which is amazing if you think about it. It's like time travelling yet you are not really changing the years you live in but simply the timezones and the place.