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How Our Kids Enjoyed Schools in Spain: Our Story

Our kids spent the past year at local schools in Spain, and I’m thrilled to report just how well it went. If last week’s post sounded overly negative (I didn’t mean it that way), then this post about schools in Spain will tell a different side of the story. In this small series posts, I’ve […]

Tokyo for Kids: Tips for Japan Family Travel

Is Tokyo for kids? You bet it is. You see, both of my children were born and raised in Tokyo until 2013, and it still feels like home every time we return. TOKYO FOR KIDS We’ve moved around a bit since 2013 (Taiwan, Thailand, Malaysia and now Spain), but no city we’ve been to so far can match Tokyo for culture, food and […]

Non-Lucrative Residence Visa for Spain: Our Story

In the year since we got our residency visa for Spain, many people have asked us about our move from Asia to Europe. A RESIDENCY VISA FOR SPAIN: OUR STORY Longtime readers (and listeners) know that Keiko and I met in the USA, but that I lived somewhere in the Far East from 1997 to […]

Santiago de Compostela with Kids – Spain Road Trip

Northern Spain is a pretty magical place, and visiting Santiago de Compostela with kids is a must for anyone traveling through the region. For thousands hikers and pilgrims every year, Santiago de Compostela is the end point or even a sacred destination. For people like like us, it’s an opportunity to eat, learn and soak […]

EER047: Living, Biking and Teaching in Korea

 Teaching in Korea is an increasingly popular way for Westerners to find work in the country. Originally contracted to teach for two years, she and her family of three are now in their ninth year in Korea. Living, Biking and Teaching in Korea In this Epic Education Radio interview, I ask Emma about how they […]

Family Travel Blog: An Epic Education

Family Travel & Living Abroad with Kids Family travel is good for you. It makes you see things differently. We’ve been a nomadic family since 2013, and I want to share what we’ve learned with you. On our site, you’ll find tips, stories and advice on family travel gear, destinations, techniques, and more. I’ve also […]

EER040: How to Travel the World with a Family

How to travel the world with a family — there are countless ways to do it (indeed, that’s what this podcast is all about!). Cliff Hsia has figured out a way for his family to travel together, and it involves saving, working remotely and putting his daughters in local schools for short periods of time. What it does […]

EER038: Long-term Travel with a Baby

Most people don’t consider long-term travel with a baby, but Andrew and Tanya Davis are not most people. In this conversation, Andrew tells me why he thinks traveling with infants and toddlers can actually be easier than with older children. This notion may seem counter-intuitive, but he is not alone: I have talked with a number of families who feel […]

EER006: GotPassport, Family Travel and the Wireless Generation

Meet the GotPassport crew. This family of three left a comfortable life in the United States for adventures in Thailand, Burma and beyond. Recently featured in the new documentary, The Wireless Generation, Jack, Aye and their daughter Emma have found meaningful ways to thrive through a traveling lifestyle. GotPassport, Family Travel, Wireless Generation In this Epic […]

Year Two: An Epic Education Cultural Identity Update

When we first set out on this adventure in September, 2013, one of the biggest questions I asked myself was how a life of travel would affect my children’s cultural identity, and possibly my own. I’m an American who hasn’t lived in America since 1997, and my kids were born and raised in Tokyo. Their only […]

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