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October 12, 2014
National Geographic Travelers of the Year

National Geographic Travelers of the Year

We were STRESSED out of our minds just before we were selected as one of this year’s National Geographic Travelers of the Year.  We were  worldschooling […]
October 10, 2014
Josiah caves

Caving in Belize–Climbing with Children into a Hidden Cave

Caving in Belize is a must for anyone with a penchant for adventure. Belize is home to some well-established and spectacular caves. With its concern for […]
October 8, 2014
Monarchs in Mexico

Monarchs in Mexico–the World’s Greatest Animal Migration

Observing the millions of monarchs in Mexico is one of the most fascinating animal migrations on the planet and certainly the most colorful. A gentle rustle […]
October 1, 2014

You Can Release Endangered Sea Turtles In Mexico

Endangered Sea Turtle Hatchling Release in Mexico The endangered sea turtle is a bit of a family mascot for the Inion Eleven. When our children were […]
September 24, 2014
Howler Monkey

Howler Monkeys: How to Find Wild Monkeys in Belize–Community Baboon Sanctuary

In the thick of the Belizean rainforest, our children came face-to-face with Howler monkeys. Jeremiah’s two year-old birthday wish was to see a “mumeek” (monkey). At […]
September 14, 2014
educated child

Making a Difference: The Philippines

Traveling within developing countries will cause your child to open her eyes to others’ needs and open her hands in compassion. One great advantage of intentionally […]
September 13, 2014
Eating Street Food


Eating local will broaden your cultural understanding, delight your palate and save your budget. When you step away from the tourist establishments, you can enjoy (as […]
September 8, 2014
Special Needs Therapy--Down syndrome

Travel Therapy for Children with Special Needs:

Travel therapy is solid gold for any child with special needs. Our family has been blessed with nine children. Five have been gifted with special needs–Down […]