When we speak of hospitality, there is usually a conception of someone, often with little to give, approaching someone who is already there who (can) offer shelter and the bare necessities of life. There are guests and there are hosts as well as often a general perception of temporality, in the sense that the guest is not to stay indefinitely. In this chapter, I introduce hospitality as something fluid – not something rigid and settled that belongs to one part only, but a hospitality that interchanges.