Tweet ‘Home’ is probably one of the most emotionally charged words for a third culture kid. Is ‘home’ found in a place or a group of people? Is it one place, or many? Is it bricks and mortar, or something intangible – perhaps a feeling or a state of being? Most third culture kids and […]
Tweet I love the in-between places. On a road trip, the car can become a homely space. I have many memories of long trips in cars and the journeys hold a brighter place in my memory than the destinations themselves. Similarly, on a journey by air, one’s own little corner of the plane can become […]
An eye-opening visit to Taal Volcano and Lake Taal taught this Third Culture Kid that culture shock can hit anywhere – anytime.