Learning Life’s Lessons Through Travel
With endless natural features, trails, and a relaxed rural vibe, this relatively unknown destination is one we remember most fondly.
I reflect what it’s like turning forty on our year long family gap year in South America, and what Pink Floyd has to say about it.
After a year traveling to seven South American countries, we face one last border crossing — the one to our own home. So strange and yet so familiar.
When we bought direct tickets from Cali, Colombia to Quito, Ecuador we thought we were choosing the convenient route. Don’t make the same mistake we did.
WHAT IS SLOW CAMINO?
Slow Camino is a personal writing project that lets our readers and loved ones know where we are, where we’ve been, and what we are learning along the way.
We cover a smorgasbord of topics all loosely related to travel. Some of our favorite topics to write about include traveling with kids, stories and misadventures, and how the way we travel impacts the local community and environment.
Saving up for the trip of a lifetime? This is a tool we developed and use regularly to project our future savings.
Let us guide you through the finances and practicalities of long term trave.
Travel With Kids
Bringing children along for the ride can be both rewarding and frustrating. We provide our insights and lessons learned.