We’d had an exhausting 6 weeks. First it was our whirlwind camper van adventure in New Zealand, spinning the odometer on a 1973 VW so quickly we thought it might crack. Then more driving from Sydney to Melbourne in Australia, then some brutally long bus trips to get us from Ho Chi Minh City in more »
Take a look at Paige’s article, 5 tips for traveling with your family without killing each other, over on the Hostelworld blog. She is living proof that these strategies work, having traveled with her family across Asia, the Middle East, and Europe for the past 7 months without a single homicidal incident.
Month four of our family’s round-the-world trip began with a stunning arrival into Istanbul at dawn. I’m not sure what I was expecting, but this exceeded it all. The sky was just beginning to turn from black to purple to pinky-orange, and I saw ahead of us the arches of a roman aqueduct. When we more »
Here’s a recap of our first month on the road from twelve-year-old Magnolia. See how she feels about our family RTW trip. Our First Month on the Road by Magnolia Our first month on the road has been great! We started in Iceland, then Portugal, Spain, England, and now Scotland. It’s been tiring and more »
We are thrilled to announce that we will be traveling with a Family Eurail Pass thanks to the very nice people at Eurail.com, who want us to write about how fun it is to travel as a family via rail. We’ll be blogging about our trip here, and I’ll be writing a few articles for more »
I can’t say it’s the first step. I’ve been pushing for it ever since the kids were born. My husband and I have talked about it a few times a year since they were toddlers. When can we take the kids on a trip around the world? I always thought age 10 would be the more »
In a quest to create a family travel adventure, the Sathre-Vogel family began a two-continent trek on bicycles that may win their 12-yearold twins a spot in the record books. Read their article on Salon here: Our bike trip: 3 years, 2 continents, 1 family. Or follow their blog here: http://familyonbikes.org/blog/