Most people have baby photos taken in the hospital when they were born. The parents look sweaty, exhausted, but happy, with an infant swaddled in their arms. I don’t have hospital photos. I have airport photos. I’m what you’d call a “transracial adoptee.” And no, not “transracial” like that Rachel Dolezal nonsense. “Transracial adoptee” means that I am of one race, and I was adopted … Continue reading Traveling As A Transracial Adoptee On A Mission To Find My Birth Parents
Hear about Uzbekistan history, customs, language, and how to travel there straight from the mouth of a local. Continue reading 5 Things You Need To Know Before Touring Uzbekistan
An Indian travel writer describes her experience with lack of diversity in the travel space and discusses the complexities of identity from Dubai to India. Continue reading From Dubai To India: What Does Being From Dubai Mean?