Host Ira Glass shares photos (on the radio) of his family vacation in Hawaii.
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Writer/singer/performer Sandra Tsing Loh reads a story about a family vacation arranged by her mother, who believed that vacations couldn't be merely for leisure—they had to be educational. Which is how the family ended up vacationing in...Ethiopia.
Contributor David Sedaris tells a story about discovering the possibilities—and pitfalls—of travel by hitchhiking.
When Danielle's family serves poultry at their dinner table, no one utters the word "chicken." Instead, it is always called "fish." Danielle explains why with the help of her friend "Duki." (20 minutes)
Julie Showalter, who grew up on a turkey farm, tells the story of the night 3,000 turkeys died.
Ira calls his parents Shirley Glass and Barry Glass in Baltimore to ask them for advice about his new radio show.