How Immigrant Parents Shaped Our Travel Experiences

How Immigrant Parents Shaped Our Travel Experiences

Women Who Travel - July 2, 2019 - 38:45

As the two of us are away traveling this week, we decided to share one of our favorite episodes from last year. Joined by Huffington Post reporter Rowaida Abdelaziz and Priya Krishna, author of the fabulous cookbook Indian-ish, this episode is about celebrating all of those immigrant parents out there. With July 4 just around the corner, it felt like the perfect time to give it another listen and honor the wonderful melting pot that is the U.S.A. You can find the original show notes for this episode here: read more about Priya's mother's travels here: episode originally aired in October 2018.

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