I’m typing in a cozy armchair in front of the fireplace in my Uncle’s house in Connecticut, recovering from Thanksgiving dinner and the traditional family football game.
By the time you read this roundup, though, I’ll be in Buenos Aires, struggling with Spanish and taking in a whole new world.
One of the glorious things about travel is the shift in perspective that accompanies a change in place. Seeing the world from a different angle is a revelatory experience that adds depth and wisdom to our lives. Ideally, the effects of this experience linger long beyond the trip itself, informing and contextualizing our idea of “home”.