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August 6, 2015
The Many Faces of Japan: 7 Decades After Hiroshima

The Many Faces of Japan: 7 Decades After Hiroshima

On this 70th anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, we as American travelers recognize the many faces of the US-Japan relationship, in both war […]
July 28, 2015
Worldschooler's BBQ

Worldschoolers BBQ in Ajijic, Mexico

Just like “birds of a feather”, worldschoolers have a way of flocking together, even here in Mexico. It’s great when families can share a connection over […]
July 22, 2015
Hotel Casa Mexicana Cozumel

Casa Mexicana Cozumel: A Great Boutique Hotel on the Island

Disclaimer in the interest of full disclosure: Casa Mexicana Cozumel graciously sponsored our stay. That said, because of our previous visits, we chose this hotel before […]
July 20, 2015
Cowboy Round-Up and Horses Dancing in Mexico

Cowboy Roundup with Dancing Horses in Mexico

In the little pueblo of San Juan Cosala, we made one of those great “stumble upon” discoveries on a Sunday afternoon. We pulled over to watch an […]
July 9, 2015
Socialization: Debunking the Myth

Socialization: Debunking the Myth

Child Socialization and World Travel Parents considering long-term family travel, as well as those already world schooling, face the following question. Will my child, educated outside […]
July 3, 2015
Our US Expat Family Celebrates 4th of July Abroad

A US Expat Family Celebrates the 4th of July Abroad

Happy 4th of July! As an expat family traveling abroad, we gratefully commemorate the 239th year of the founding of the United States. We are not, […]
May 29, 2015
Free to Travel Like You´re Rich, Spend Like You´re Not.

Affordable Family Travel: Free to Travel Like You’re Rich, Spend Like You’re Not

Are you scraping by on a middle class income in the U.S.? You could join the thousands that have chosen to travel in paradise, hire maids, […]
April 30, 2015

Freedom to be Poor: traveling from conformity to contentment

When you travel within developing nations, you will discover that there is freedom to being poor. I am not talking about the gross oppression of many […]