PERU LADAKH JAPAN PRAGUE SANTA MONICA SICILY TRANCOSO
Identity is often established in relation to where we call home. But the act of travel can call into question our sense of place. Does “home” refer to the town in which we were born or where we say that we’re from? Is it better defined by where we spend the majority of our time, or by where we’ve been welcomed beyond measure, even if it’s not somewhere that we plan to put down roots? This issue explores the myriad ways that we can come to consider a destination as home.