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Celebrity Travel: Go away with Kyla Pratt

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Kyla Pratt plays Mayim Bialik’s best friend on the new FOX sitcom “Call Me Kat.” The series also includes Swoosie Kurtz and Leslie Jordan. “Traveling for work is difficult for me, mainly because of my girls,” says Pratt, 34. “I have to quarantine before I shoot, so that means mommy is gone from home longer. I don’t like to be away too long. I actually worked out of the country during the pandemic. I flew to Winnipeg, Canada, quarantined for two weeks and then got to work. When I got back home I quarantined and then went to visit my grandparents for my birthday.” The Los Angeles resident stays in touch with fans on Instagram and Twitter under the username @KylaPratt.

Q: This pandemic has made everyone think differently about just hopping on a plane. How have you dealt with this?

A: The pandemic has definitely changed everything. Most of the time I have spent at home with my family. We take way more walks now, usually to the park or (go) bike riding.

Q: If you had travel plans for 2020 and had to cancel, where were they to?

A: I was (going to take) my babies to New York for spring break and that was canceled right away. I was planning other trips in my head during 2020, but nothing was booked besides that before the shutdown. I usually make last-minute travel plans.

Q: When you could travel, which was your favorite trip?

 

A: Montego Bay, Jamaica. If you decide to go, allow yourself to relax, catch the vibe and fall in love with the music.

Q: What was the first trip you took as a child?

A: The first trip I remember taking as a child would have to be a road trip from California to Louisiana to visit family. That was a cool experience. It took days and we had a packed car.

Q: What's the most important thing you've learned from your travels?

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