Welcome To the Gallivanter’s Travel Experience!
Young Lobski said to his ugly wife,
“I’m off till to-morrow to fish, my life;”
Says Mrs. Lobski,”I’m sure you a’nt”,
But you brute you are going to gallivant.”
What Mrs. Lobski said was right,
Gay Mr. Lobski was out all night. He ne’er went to fish, ’tis known very well
But where he went I shall not tell.
[“Songs from the Exile,” in “Literary Panorama,” London, 1809]
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
Gallivanter’s Travel will tell where “Mr. Lobski “went–discovering new places, international journeys, delving into history, cultural experience and archaeological discoveries that satisfied his curiosity. Grab your suitcase and hop a plane for a gallivanting travel adventure you’ll nay forget.