EER098: Flying with Children and Living in Perth with Kids

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Flying with Children. Living in Perth with kids. Quokka selfies and Icelandic hot dogs! Just a few things covered in this week’s episode.

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Flying with Children and Living in Perth with Kids

Meet Amanda Kendle. She’s a travel blogger and podcaster. She’s also a single parent traveler living in Perth, Australia. Ever been to Perth? It’s got a lot going for it, and Amanda talks about what it’s like to live in Perth with kids.

She also talks about many of the places that she’s traveled — both with her son and before he was born. Amanda lived in Japan for a few years and still has a lot of love for the country (I can relate).

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Tricks for Long-Haul Flying with Children

Flying to and from just about anywhere from Perth requires a lot of hours in the air. Even within Australia itself, Perth is fairly isolated, so parents like Amanda have to make flying with children as easy as possible. Here she gives a few of her tips for flying with children.

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IN THIS EPISODE

  • 01:50 Intro
  • 06:11 Tips for traveling as a single parent
  • 09:40 Gear
  • 13:05 Money
  • 18:00 Learning from travel
  • 23:38 Resources
  • 27:44 Destinations

ABOUT

  • Names: Amanda Kendle and her son
  • Hold passports from: Australia
  • Type of travel: Long-term & short-term travel
  • A few places they’ve been: Japan, Slovakia, Ireland, Iceland, and other locations in Europe and Southeast Asia

IN THEIR BAGS

LINKS & RESOURCES

FIND THEM ON

Not a Ballerina | Facebook | Instagram | Pinterest| The Thoughtful Traveler podcast on iTunes / on Stitcher

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