I've been traveling most of my life. At 10, I was put on a bus and sent 300 miles to camp and loved the travel time. Once my mother got hooked up with the JWs I loved traveling on the bus filled with dubs. That was my first experience with sign language. I was hooked and later grabbed the opportunity to learn so I could translate at the meetings (a lot better than just sitting there nodding off). Now I regularly take the bus from Ottawa to Montreal and back. Because of the wheelchair (which gets stowed under the bus) I get pre-boarding so I don't have to walk too far. When I go to Toronto sometine this year I want to take the adapted bus that boards me AND the wheelchair.
Train travel was fun but it is so expensive.
Plane - awesome. My first flight was in a friend's private plane. I just wnated to watch everything (but he forced me to fly the plane). Another time I went up on a tiny single prop - I hated that. Sardine cans in the sky is just NOT the way to go. I absolutely love the passenger planes.
Car travel. I love to stop and see the scenery along the way. Travel on a rushed schedule really sucks.
Once I drove a truck from Montreal to Winnipeg. That would have been better if I wasn't traveling with two insane, constanly meowing terrified cats to keep me company.
As for the motorcycle - been on once and the biker decided to scare the crap out of me so if I'm never on one again I won't mind.
Bicycle - I used to ride 100 KM a day at least 3 times a week. I loved it.
I forgot one - ship - cruising is unbelievably fabulous.
City streetcars, buses and subways are always fun to sit back and watch the scenery go by. I have learned so much about this city just by traveling on a bus to where ever the transit goes. So many people use these for practical purposes but to just get on and see where it goes just for the sake of exploration is fun.
My main means of travel now around Ottawa is wheelchair. I go everywhere with that chair. I can go faster than people walking and almost as fast as the joggers. I have seen more of the sites in this city than I have seen anywhere. People are surprised to find out how far I can go on this chair. I should be getting my new one this week and it is supposed to be even better with great suspension.
Travel is more difficult with the wheelchair but it isn't impossible.
Do I hate to travel? Nope not one sigle bit but it's still NO to the motorcycle