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November 24, 2014

Lake Chapala Malecon: What the US Media Isn’t Telling You

Forget burned out gas stations, warring drug lords, and American tourists being targeted for crime. Lake Chapala, Mexico’s largest freshwater lake, is not making the U.S. […]
November 21, 2014
Lake Catemaco

Lake Catemaco–Bring the Family to the Best Lake in Veracruz.

Lake Catemaco (Laguna de Catemaco in Spanish) is a picturesque freshwater lake in south central Veracruz. Our planned one night camping stop turned into a restful […]
November 13, 2014
Worldschooling-art

Worldschooling: the World as Classroom and Teacher

A growing number of parent-educators are world schooling: traveling for the purpose of educating globally-minded children. Worldschoolers use international travel as the classroom, and its varied […]
October 14, 2014
Belize Green Iguana

Belize’s Iguana Project: A Royally Wild Experience

Belize’s Iguana Project will get you as close to an iguana as you ever wanted to be.  Located at San Ignacio Resort Hotel, it’s the area´s […]
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 14, 2014
Crew members on a deep sea fishing trip

TIPS FOR DEEP SEA FISHING WITH CHILDREN

Deep sea fishing was a blast for our children age 2-13. I will share our tips so that you can create a memorable, once-in-a-lifetime fishing experience […]
September 13, 2014
Family RV

HOW WE BECAME A NOMADIC FAMILY (Part 1)

When Brent and I married in 1998, we had decided ahead of time to take our first year off from outside commitments or even work.  The […]