Let me specify. I'm playing a Japanese copy of "Final Fantasy V" and I come across sentences I don't know the full meaning of sometimes. I know it means something along the lines of: "My Chocobo and I are on a journey together with no destination", but bits of it confuse me.
If I'm not mistaken:
"チョコボ" is obviously Chocobo, "と" is the particle for "together" or "with", I'm not quite sure what "いっしょ" means, "に" is another particle (I don't know it's specific use here), "あてのない" means "no purpose" (assisted by the particle "の"), "方旅" means "journey", "を" is the particle for direct object, and "してる" means "I'm doing".
I've tried to work this out the best I can, but some parts of the sentence have stumped me so any help would be appreciated!