Home is where the hammock is
When I travel, I tend to feel at home very quickly in new places. When I leave a place, I rarely feel homesick, or miss it. As a result, I have many homes, and none.
When I check in at 'home' it probably means the place I sleep, watch Netflix, stock a fridge, and cook meals. Whether I consider a place 'home' is a function of how comfortable I feel, and how long I'm staying there. It could equally be someone else's house, a hotel or AirBnB, or somewhere I'm paying rent. I might switch the same place from '/other' to '/home' after a period of time.
- Currently I'm staying with distantish family in Perth, Australia
2017-03: Canggu, Bali 2016-12 - 2017-02: George Town, Penang, Malaysia 2016-10: Tokyo, Japan 2015-10-01: Boston, MA, USA 2014-06 - 10: London, UK 2011-09-15: Edinburgh, Scotland, UK 2010-06 - 09: London, UK 2008-09-04: Lincoln, Lincolnshire, UK Mostly: Rural Lincolnshire, England, UK