On our three week road trip through Ecuador, we experimented with an older style of travel: foregoing advanced booking and making it up as we went.
Convincing you isn’t so much about changing your preference for the city, but challenging you to venture out and discover those hidden gems.
We all know what a vacation is, right? It’s to relax. Or wait, it’s to have new experiences. Then why are we visiting family?
This post will convince you to ditch the big suitcases and expensive tickets for a simpler, cheaper and more rewarding travel experience with your kids.
How can we change our approach? We can take the posture of students and pilgrims, rather than vacationers entitled to easy enjoyment at every turn.
Camino in Spanish means “way” or “path.” In a deeper sense, it means “pilgrimage.” To find our camino, we must go slow. We must pay attention.
Now that I am responsible for three young boys what does that mean for my dream of traveling the world and how do I explain myself to the doubters?
After I read Matt’s first post, Wanderlust Meets Life’s Obstacles, it got me thinking about my personal reasons for embarking on a family gap year.