Best Educational Apps for Traveling Kids

What are the best homeschool apps and the best educational apps for travel? We’ve been asking ourselves this question since 2013, when we first left our desk jobs, pulled the kids out of school and started traveling. This meant we started using our laptops and other devices for education, navigation, accommodation and more. Best Educational […]

Things to Do in Cusco Peru – Cusco Tours, Day Trips from Cusco & More

Let’s talk Cusco tours, Cusco ruins, and day trip from Cusco to some of the main Cusco attractions. When most people think about what to do in Cusco, it’s Inca Ruins they think of first. But there are more things to do in Cusco Peru than Machu Picchu. Read on for tips on museums, Cusco […]

EER152: Putting Kids in Local Schools While Traveling

For some families on the road long-term, putting kids in local schools while traveling becomes an important component of the journey. No, I’m not talking about fancy (and often expensive) international schools, although those can be a good option for some. What I’m talking about are just the regular local schools of a city or […]

Six of the Best Playgrounds in Tokyo & Playgrounds Near Tokyo

For my latest column in the Japan Times, I recommended six of the best playgrounds in Tokyo. Well, let’s say my favorite playgrounds in and best playgrounds near Tokyo. There are hundreds — perhaps thousands — of playgrounds in Japan. Some of the best playgrounds in Japan are world-class, but I kept it close to […]

Things to Do in Kuala Lumpur with Kids (or Without Them) – Malaysia Family Travel

Things to do in Kuala Lumpur with Kids…or without them! Over the last few years, we’ve spent lots of time exploring things to do in KL with kids. And you know what? We still have more to discover. Here’s our guide to one of Southeast Asia’s most dynamic cities. Things to Do in Kuala Lumpur […]

EER125: Slow Travel in Europe with Kids – Family Travel in Europe

If you’re considering trying some slow travel in Europe with kids, then this is an episode for you. In today’s installment of Epic Education Radio, we’re talking family travel in Europe, worldschooling, slow travel in Europe and more. Slow Travel in Europe with Kids Meet the Harrisons. They just spent a year slow traveling in […]

EER123: When Journalists Have Children — Bringing Kids to the Developing World

What happens when journalists have children? For Katharina Nikoleit, not much changed. They just brought their son with them on assignments. Listen in as we talk about what it’s like bringing kids to the developing world. Subscribe to Our Podcast (iTunes, Stitcher, RSS, and more) When Journalists Have Children Meet Katharina Nikoleit. She and her partner […]

EER121: Homeschooling, Parenting and Backpacking with Toddlers

Homeschooling, unschooling, parenting, and backpacking with toddlers. These are just a few things we discuss in this week’s episode of Epic Education Radio. Subscribe to Our Podcast (iTunes, Stitcher, RSS, and more) Backpacking with Toddlers Meet Jen Lumunlan. Like many of us, she was told that travel stopped once you have children. And like many […]

Borneo Wavehunters Review: Rafting in Kota Kinabalu with Kids

Interested in whitewater rafting in Borneo with kids? If so, then check out this Borneo Wavehunters review. We had a great experience with them rafting in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah. Borneo Wavehunters Review: Rafting in Kota Kinabalu If you’ve perused this blog’s pages, then you know that we like the water. Whether we’re canyoning in Galicia, surfing […]

EER096: Living, Camping & Hiking in Eastern Europe with Kids

Living in Serbia. Camping in Kosovo. Hiking in Eastern Europe with kids. Hitchhiking, too. Diane Vukovic has lots of experience in all of these, and that’s what we’ll talk about today. Hiking in Eastern Europe with Kids Diane moved to Serbia when she was 22 years old. An avid hiker, camper, and outdoor lover since […]

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