Stories are a kind of journey too. I try to read often and keep up with movies, podcasts, and TV. I'm wishing there was a way to multitask reading/TV without joining a gym. I was working out in front of the TV, but I started bringing up the floorboards (I had to nail a few back down), and had to stop.
I go on literal journeys as well. I travel a fair amount for work, and for myself. Last year I traveled once a month from March through December. I went to Washington DC, Arizona, Scotland, New Orleans, San Diego, Oregon, and various places around Washington. I've traveled less this year, but I have places on my list I'd like to go this summer. I hear Victoria, BC is nice.
I'm also pretty good at cooking. I could try to squeeze that into my journey theme, but it doesn't really work. I like food, and I like preparing food, feeding people, drinking wine, to sit laughing and eating and drinking among the last light of a warm summer evening, unwinding stories, debating, thinking out loud, maybe breaking out a board game or two. I'd like my summer to be filled with more evenings like this.