Learning Life’s Lessons Through Travel
Originally a newsletter post, I’ve expanded this edition with some more insights on the realities of traveling for a year with our family of five.
On our year traveling South America, we stayed in a wide variety of homes, apartments, quirky inns, farms and intentional communities. This is what it cost.
You don’t have to be rich to travel. Our family of 5 takes multi-week international vacations for a few thousand dollars. Here is how we do it.
If you are new to searching for cheap flights, this post will give you some no-frills tips for how we typically end up with budget-friendly tickets.
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.