In the first part of my “Trifecta” series, I discuss the three things I’ve found most beneficial about our family gap year and long-term travel.
Reasons for Travel
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?
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.