Hit the Road
So, to hit the road means to leave. So, "I'm going to hit the road now,"
I'm going to go on the highway and then leave.
“hit the road”表示离开。所以我要上路了，就是我要离开了。
One For the Road
For example, maybe you are eating cookies at somebody's house, and you want
to grab one to take on the road, so you say like "Ok,I'll take one for the
A wonderlust is like an inexplicable desire to travel, to hit the road, to
go on your journey and explore.
Off the Beaten Path
Off the beaten path means to explore places that aren't really on an
established pattern that people normally go to.
Off the Beaten Path 表示以不同寻常的方式去探索某处。
Itchy feet is when your feet itch, not literally, but when you really,
really want to leave and go travel.
So, to finish, let's go through a couple of expressions that you say to
people when they're leaving on a trip.
Happy trails. This is just, I hope your trails, or your path, is happy, is
The next one, which is a little bit more grandiose, is godspeed. Godspeed
is more like when you're about to set off, or to leave on an adventure, you say
to that person "Godspeed!"
Another one – Safe travels. Safe travels. It's like "I hope you have a safe
trip, have a good trip."
Life is a Journey, Not a Destination
The final one is a really great expression that's sort of a cliche, but I
use this one all the time. It's part of an Aerosmith song, but…"Life is a
journey, not a destination." It means that we should enjoy the moment and not
think too far ahead at the destination.