I never thought about not traveling with my son. In fact, after he was born, I felt an even stronger desire to travel, mostly because having a child made me feel older and gave me a greater sense of urgency in life. Now that I have traveled with him, I see the incredible benefit it has. I see how being a bi-cultural child and experiencing other places have very much influenced the person he has become...
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I don’t want to visit a strange land, I live in one of those. I just want to go home.”
I absolutely get that. I understand those sentiments so well. My last trip back to England was just a mere five weeks ago and I had one overwhelming feeling. It struck me to the core so much that it really took me by surprise. It didn’t feel like home. I wasn’t home! The thing is though, neither is Spain anymore homely to me. I feel like I am trapped in some kind of vortex of un-belonging. A stranger in my home country, a tourist in my adopted country.
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