National Geographic Travel — Family Roots
No sugar-coating—transporting five people with birthdates spanning seven decades across the Atlantic, then squeezing them into a mid-sized Renault hatchback to drive 400 miles of remote northern Irish coastline on some ancestry scavenger hunt—well, it’s one big, messy ordeal. Still, if there’s such a thing as shared genetic memory, the idea of our three generations summoning it together just seemed important. And with every sip of my unchilled airline chardonnay, I’m feeling more hopeful, it is….
National Geographic Travel — Best of Canada