Date: Thu, 6 Nov 1997 20:39:16 -0500 From: Kusujiro Miyoshi Subject: good travel From: Kusujiro Miyoshi, kw900325[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE] I'm teaching English at Junior College in Japan. Quite recently one of my students said that she heard an American lady said "have a good travel" in the sense that "spend as much time as possible for traveling." Is this common among the Americans? I myself have thought this expression just means "have a pleasant travel without any accident." Regards.