Destinations

Finding Our People at the World School Family Summit

It’s hard to know where to begin when you’ve had a week that was as inspirational, emotional, and - dare I say - life-changing as our time at the Project World School Family Summit in Chiang Mai, Thailand. We booked our tickets and hotel room months ago, which is VERY...

Goodbye Isla, Hello Houston

Saying goodbye to Isla Mujeres was harder than expected, but we are excited to be on our journey to Vietnam and back to South East Asia, where this whole crazy adventure really began! So, we left Isla Mujeres - and it was such a whirlwind, I’ve barely processed it. We...

Flowing in Vietnam – but not the yoga kind!

One of the biggest adjustments to living in Vietnam for a few months has been getting around. We have learned from experience that we don’t thrive nearly as well in places where we don’t have our own transportation. We have stayed in places where we had to rely on...

First Three Weeks on Isla Mujeres

Three family updates that encompass our first three weeks on the island of Isla Mujeres, Mexico. From the photo above, you might think that getting vanilla jelly rolls was the most exciting thing we did! April 19 After surviving an ice storm in April and the return of...

First Week in San Pedro, Belize

The first week of our full-time traveling lifestyle took us to the island of Ambergris Caye and the town of San Pedro, in Belize. It brought a lot of highs and lows, including starting a new school, loving our golf cart, discovering the seaweed, and meeting new...

So Long, and Thanks for All the Sickness

Sickness. So much sickness. 18 separate things in 7 weeks for 4 people. Plus a teething toddler. Life on this paradise island wasn't exactly paradise for us! I’ve barely written anything since arriving on Isla Mujeres almost two months ago. There are many things that...

Packing Light with Kids: a Minimalist Travel Experiment

    33 days, 2 adults, 2 kids, and 1 type of weather. One 40 litre backpack, one 16 litre backpack, and one stroller. “Wow! How did you do that?!” is the refrain we’ve heard a lot when we describe how we approached packing light with kids for our inaugural...

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