Itinerant

I have to admit that I never really appreciated the proper meaning of this word. So I go look it up; the Oxford English Dictionary states:

Adjective: travelling from place to place.
Noun: an itinerant person.
Origin: from Latin itinerari ‘travel’, from iter ‘journey, road’.

Itinerant. Aren’t we all that?
(Taken with my cameraphone in Greenwich – a few metres away from Cutty Sark.)

In today’s technologically mobile world, aren’t we all that? Virtually, also, perhaps?

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