Whether you think worldschooling sounds like a brilliant idea or a complete disaster, our experience will probably break some of your expectations.
Reflecting on our transcontinental journey is bittersweet. It makes me miss people and places. It also forces me to face that a change of scenery didn’t change the things about myself that I wish were different. That transformation takes a deeper, harder journey within.
This is a summary of our family gap year. Here we give an outline of our itinerary, our philosophy of travel, and what might lay beyond this special time.
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.
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.
We’ve been on the road for nearly a year and are starting to think about our return home. Here are some of the first things each family member wants to do when we cross the threshold and put our bags down.
With a 3-year old, three-day hiking expeditions are out of the question. This post describes some child-friendly hikes in Chile’s Torres del Paine park.
Sucre is a wonderful place to just wander and discover things on your own. But if you’re looking for some pointers that your kids are sure to love, read on.