Tokyo with Children: My City Guide for You and Your Family

The gist: I have a new eBook for sale and you can buy it here. Read on for more details, or click the link in the sidebar. For more details, read on, because if you must know… …I LOVE Tokyo. It’s such an amazing city to explore with children. It’s safe, clean and full of […]

Cooking Class in Ho Chi Minh City – Vietnam Travel With Kids

Like many people, food plays a large role in our family travel. We love trying new things and seeing what each culture grows, sells and eats. One of the best ways to experience this, we’ve found, is through cooking classes. Naturally, taking a cooking class in Ho Chi Minh City was one of the things in […]

Things to do in Ubud with Kids: Ceramics and Silversmithing

As you may have read in my recent posts, creativity has been on my mind. Bali was certainly one great place to express it. Alas, the “Eat Pray Love” boom has caused irreparable damage to the island. Some would even advise you not to go at all but don’t listen to them. To be sure, […]

Art Classes in Ubud with Kids: Wood Carving, Traditional Painting

As I mentioned in my last post, I am the father of two very different children: one with a natural love of the arts and one with other predilections. Like all children, my son and my daughter are creative in their own ways, but where my girl has an unabashed fascination with drawing, painting and performance — her own […]

Our 10 Best Apps for Homeschooling on the Road

As we’ve been traveling, I’ve researched dozens and dozens of apps for homeschooling, seeing which ones might work well for our kids. We’ve tried out many of them — some we keep, and others we don’t. Check out our 10 best apps for homeschooling. Our Top 10 iPad Apps for Homeschooling Listed here are the […]

Chiang Mai with Kids: Fruit Carving in Thailand

There are many things to do in Chiang Mai with kids, but our fruit carving class was probably my favorite. If you’ve never seen Thai fruit carving, then do a simple google search and you’ll be blown away. Amazing stuff. Chiang Mai with Kids: Fruit Carving in Thailand I knew that we wouldn’t be able […]

How to Nurture Bilingual Kids (and how to screw it up)

Japanese Mother. American father. Put them together and voilà: bilingual kids from birth, right? How to Nurture Bilingual Kids Growing up in a bilingual house doesn’t automatically make bilingual kids. Fluency takes work. A lot of work. And while I’m proud of what I’ve accomplished with M and S so far, I’ve made a lot […]