Join fellow adventurers for a trip Home for the holidays!
As travelers, our hearts long to roam, to explore the far reaches of the earth, to get slightly tipsy with attractive people from other cultures. But these places wouldn't be special to us without a point of reference, a place against which we gauge all our experiences -- a place called Home.
Six storytellers share travel tales on what home means to them.
Each time Allan Reed tries to move his family to a new Foreign Service post, water seems to be a problem.
Jill Anderson faces sudden homelessness in Peru.
Tim Sandoe attends a concert with his ex in an attempt to "be friends."
Felicia Keller Boyle is surprised by the family appeal of Hedwig and the Angry Inch.
Jan Gilbert celebrates the life of a childhood mentor.
Mike Linsner reflects on his grandmother's casually morbid comment.
Producers: Justina Wu, Will Spargur, Megan McMahon
The event is presented by Hostelling International USA, a non-profit dedicated to creating a more tolerant world through the power of travel, and Beyond Borders Storytelling, which runs on the belief that storytelling is a powerful tool for building bridges of understanding.
$12 online / $15 at the door