S5 Ep85: What Does it Mean to Travel “Home?”
For immigrants and the generations that follow them, traveling back to a “home” country can be a complicated experience. For some, visiting a place that their parents, grandparents, or generations even further back left by choice, or fled, can bring happiness and learning. But for others, it might bring conflicted feelings.
Leah from the Ticket 2 Anywhere podcast joins Erin to talk about her experience of traveling for the first time to her homeland, The Philippines.
Leah is one of the hosts of the Ticket 2 Anywhere Travel Podcast.
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