How do notions and practices associated with traveling relate to migration? Can migrants from the global South also be travelers in the global North? Are we, (post)migrants, able to inhabit the public space as an intimate home space? Or is there no public space where we can comfortably daydream? These are some of the questions that drive this ongoing research, encompassing different projects, that seek to reimagine our relationship to people, places, and ecosystems, from the situated perspective of non-normative bodies.