Traveling Families Blogroll

I’m sharing the LOVE!  Here are some of the blogs I follow that are about FAMILY TRAVEL.  This list is evolving and I’ll be adding more as I find them!

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  • A Kings Life Meet the Kings! A family of four making on a slow travel journey.  Working online and seeing the world!
  • An Epic Education – A podcast and blog meant to inspire your family to get out there and see the world! Lots of great intereviews in here!
  • Bohemian Travelers Exit rat race, enter adventure. A family of five, unschoolers, and adventure seekers!
  • The Dropout Diaries What happens after dropping out, traveling,  finding love, and having a few babies…..? A mix of everyday happenings in Asia,  a dash of hilarious, with a sprinkling of family.
  • Discover Share Inspire This family proves that even a large family can travel!
  • Family On Bikes These peeps are crazy!  Riding their bikes from Alaska to Argentina!  My legs get sore just thinking about it. They are no longer traveling but their blog is a great resource!
  • Flashpacker Family Mom, Dad, and toddler from New Zealand traveling every chance they get!
  • Edventure Project We am lucky enough to have met this family in Malaysia, live with them in Thailand, and visit with them in Canada.  The inspiring Miller family has been traveling with their four kids since 2008.
  • Going Anyway Five kids and a wheelchair, backpacking across Asia! We met this family in Malaysia. They have big hearts and adventurous spirits!
  • Living Outside the Box  This family is doing as their blog name describes, Living Outside the Box. They are another family we had the pleasure of hanging out with in Chiang Mai, Thailand and have met up with them in Canada and the USA!
  • Nomad Together – A great resource for inspiration on location independence.
  • Our Travel Lifestyle A location independent family of four traveling throughout South East Asia.  I’ve been reading their blog for about a year now and find their posts to be thoughtful and informative.  A great resource for families dreaming about Asia!
  • Pearce On Earth The Pearce family are location independent and have been slow-traveling the world with their three beautiful girls.
  • Raising Miro A single mom and her son Miro.  Lainie’s blog is the place to go for inspiration on worldschooling. They now run retreats for worldschooling teens and families! Pure awesomeness!
  • Ramble Crunch  This family has got me seriously considering Europe.  They are traveled around Europe in an RV for a year!
  • Snaps and Blabs Mom, Dad, and three kids.  Making their way around the world on a shoe string budget.  Funny, witty, and gorgeous photography!
  • The Act of Traveling A Dutch family making their way around the world Their goal is “to have our children encounter new cultures and countries early in their lives.”
  • The Expat Experiment – Another Canadian family that I have yet to meet but have befriended on Facebook. This family of three is pretty rad. They’ve been traveling for awhile now and they housesit along the way to stretch the budget.
  • The Sattvic Family An unschooling family of three currently living in Phuket, Thailand.  This blog has a big focus on unschooling and attachment parenting.
  • Traveling Safely with Kids This resource offers plenty of useful tips and information on how to have a safe and hassle-free holiday with kids in tow. From advise from seasoned experts on keeping children calm and content while in-transit to tips on how to handle travel sickness this guide can be very useful to the family on holiday.
  • Vagabond Kids They live and work in Singapore and travel around Asia every chance they get.  Full of great tips for traveling Asia with children.
  • 1Dad1Kid A single father and his young boy are planning on doing an around the world tour, unschooling all the way!  His posts are refreshingly honest and theirs will be a great adventure to follow.

Do you have a blog about family travel or have one to recommend?  Please leave me a comment so I can check it out.

Note: I don’t do link exchanges!  All blogs added here are ones that I read and like!

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  1. Talon (1Dad1Kid) says:

    What an awesome list! And not just because we’re on it. LOL Love to see such a diverse group of families doing this! Thanks for assembling all these!

  2. Kristy (Vagabondkids) says:

    Thanks for including us as well! Awesome group of people on this list!

  3. Tracy Burns says:

    Thanks for including us Amy. I love the stories that you write and can’t wait to see your adventures on the road. GotPassport are lovely – even nicer in person! Another two families you might like who are just starting their adventures are http://www.with2kidsintow.blogspot.com/ and http://www.fourdotsonthemap.com/

    1. with2kidsintow says:

      Thanks trace 🙂

  4. nicole curry says:

    Great list can’t wait to check out some new blogs! A few more you may like are
    http://www.febchicks.com they are hitting the road for their RTW with 3 kids later this month
    Another great blog is http://www.travelswithanineyearold.com single mom traveling the world with her son.
    and mine http://www.eastsidecurry.wordpress.com – living and working in Asia with our boys.

    1. Snaps Blabs says:

      You are like a good fairy for me, Nicole. Cheers!

      The list is wonderful and helps to have some descriptions of the blogs when deciding which one to visit. Well done.

  5. Buddy says:

    Great list, thanks for sharing. Give us a shout if any of you guys are passing through Spain. 🙂

  6. Emiel van den Boomen says:

    Dear Amy,
    What a great list this is (and will be as it grows and grows). I believe there a lot of families out there, traveling the world. Short term or long term travel, that doesn’t mind. As long as we are exploring and showing our kids what our world is all about. Thanks for adding The Act of Traveling, very much appreciated!
    Emiel

  7. At Home in the World says:

    Hi Amy,
    This is a fabulous list I want to study. It’s so wonderful to read about all these Kindred Spirits out there! Thanks so much for sharing, and a big THANK YOU for including us!
    Be well,
    Jenn

  8. sattvicfamily says:

    me!me! 😉 I am retweeting this page…

  9. wandering educators says:

    what a fantastic list! i’d add in my favorites, soultravelers3. i’ve been reading of their journeys for years!

  10. lisa Shusterman says:

    Hi Guys, I discovered you via your interview with Laine and Miro. I “know them” through our connection as worldschoolers. Unfortunately, our adventures are over at this time. Our family traveled from June 2008 – June 2009. At that time we only crossed paths with three other familes worldschooling: Canada, Spain and The Netherlands. It’s great to see so many more families hitting the road these days. Our family travel blog was http://www.oneworldonetrip.blogspot.com – check it out and feel free to include it in your traveling families blogroll. My ongoing travel blog is at http://www.aroundtheworldineasyways.com where I write a weekly blog and work at promoting my book, Around the World in Easy Ways: A Guide to Planning Long-Term Travel With or Without Your Kids. Since returning home from our travels, I’ve made it my mission to encourage other families to make long-term travel part of their lives and wrote the book to help others plan such an adventure. With all of us promoting worldschooling, the trend can do nothing but grow.

    1. worldschooladventures says:

      I’m glad you found us Lisa! It does seem like worldschooling is a growing trend doesn’t it? More and more families are questioning the status quo and taking the plunge to make their lives extraordinary! I will check out your blogs, thanks so much for sharing!

  11. Ana says:

    We’re another traveling family! 🙂 http://www.riderbymyside.com

    We’re a couple from all over the place (dad from the United States, mom from Argentina). After 16 months living in Spain, we started traveling full-time on January 2011 with our 5-year-old boy. We are in Thailand right now. You can also find us on twitter @riderby.

    Thank you!

  12. Sue Canfield says:

    Howdy! Our family sold it all to travel with our 1st grader. She’s learning and having fun at the same time. We’d love to add your site to our blog roll as well.

  13. Amy says:

    Hi Amy,
    We would love to be included. We are looking at how to create a blog roll on our website at the moment, too. You can find us at:

    http://www.livinontheroad.com.au/
    twitter.com/livinontheroad
    facebook.com/livingontheroad
    youtube.com/ajjktb

    Thanks for creating this list,
    Amy

  14. Avril GotPassport says:

    Thanks so much for including us here!

  15. Josie says:

    Have you seen http://majikfaerie.blogspot.com it’s one of my fave unschooling blogs. They don’t anymore permanently travel, but they did go overland from Argentina to Canada, and all around Europe, Middle East and Asia. They’re now in Malaysia, unschooling with an 8 year old, hard to keep up, but I think Littletree has been in over 20 countries!

    1. worldschooladventures says:

      Wow! Thanks! I haven’t heard about their blog but will definitely check it out now!

  16. Boyink says:

    We’re a family who set out for a year on the road and just decided to go back, ditch the house and go fulltime indefinitely.

    1. worldschooladventures says:

      Good for you! Looks like you’ve gotten the travel bug!

  17. Carolyn Sasek says:

    Thanks for sharing your great list! Appreciate your comments alongside, too! Going to share this with Hubby tonight… thanks again. You can find us @ http://nomadicjesters.blogspot.com/ Just posted our first post this past Friday… more to come soon, even as we finish packing to ‘hit the road!’ 🙂

    1. worldschooladventures says:

      Thanks Carolyn! I will be checking out your blog!

  18. Wendi Mazza says:

    We are a current traveling family…www.towheadtravel.com

    We have been on the road since June 15 and are heading to eastern Europe at the moment (Croatia, Greece & Turkey). We plan to head East, to India, Nepal & Southeast Asia but have no real plan.

    We just experienced a month in Tuscany wwoofing. A great experience with two polar opposite farms. They made sure the kids were involved too!

    Thanks for making the list…a great resource.

    1. worldschooladventures says:

      Fantastic! Glad you found my blog. I’ll be sure to find some time to give yours a good look over. Cheers!

  19. Kobi Klaf says:

    hi there, great sit you got here.
    we also a nomadic family who travels currently in C. and S. America with our 3 kids. great advanture. we mainly do volunteer work in addition to exploring new lands.

  20. Tina says:

    We live on a boat in the Bahamas and homeschool. We sail around the islands. Your plan sounds so cool.

  21. Kelleyn says:

    HI! Love your sight and your passion for travel. I agree with you that travel can be one of the best ways to educate our children. While I choose to educate my children formally in the public school system I take evey opportunity to travel with my children. Sometimes it might be locally and other times more exotic but we are constantly on the go. If you have a moment come visit my blog. http://travelingbugwiththreeboys-kelleyn.blogspot.com/
    This year some of our travels will include Germany, France, Switzerland, Italy, and then back to the states the eastern coast with Boston as our main focus point. While my blog is not strictly all travel I would like to hope that it might offer inspiration to other families that it is possible to travel with small children and with many children as I have 4. Hope you stop by. Kelleyn

  22. A King's Life says:

    We’ve just started blogging about it, but have been living abroad for nearly 2 years. In 2010 we sold our suburban stuff, flew to Costa Rica, had a baby there and we are currently in Belize.
    We have no plans on stopping and we plan on world-schooling our 3 & 1 yr old.

    It’s wonderful to see other families, especially with small children, doing the same.

  23. lisa chiodo | renovating italy says:

    Ohhh yes I have a few for you, http://soultravelers3.com/ and http://www.newlifeontheroad.com my friend lisa and her hubby with four of their five boys traveling around Australia in a bus!
    ciao lisa

  24. Stacy Earlywine says:

    What a great site! We are another traveling family out exploring the world! You can find us at http://www.lustingforwander.wordpress.com. Thanks for being such a great meeting place to connect like minded folks.

    1. worldschooled says:

      Yay! Will be following your adventures!

  25. Claude says:

    Hi Amy, Just wondered if you’d consider adding us to the blogroll. We’ve been travelling nearly 2 1/2yrs, initially as three and now four (two kids). We been to North Africa, North America, Europe, Central America, South America, Carribean and now we are in Asia.
    We’d love to share experiences with other families and even meet up if any are close by – we are in Chiang Mai, Thailand at present.

    1. worldschooled says:

      Thanks! I will check out your blog. I really need to spend an afternoon updating my blogroll.
      Cheers!

  26. Kirsty says:

    Wow – such a fab list, thanks for collating it. Every day I seem to come across more and more family travel blogs. I’d love it if you could include our blog alongside as well – http://bartsgoadventuring.blogspot.co.uk/ Thanks!

  27. Shelly Vanbinsbergen says:

    This has been a great resource for us as we left in Feb 2012 and are now entering our final weeks in Africa. We have two boys, 13 and 10. I read so many of these blogs and even though our house didn’t sell, car didn’t sell…we decided to try a few months as a test run. It’s been AMAZING!! Can’t wait for the next chapter of our travel journal to begin…and this one is not even closed yet!
    Thanks, Shelly

  28. Erin says:

    Love your blog, would love you to check out mine. We have just started our “Gap year” and I am finding my husband wasn’t so crazy after all considering the amount of other people out there.

  29. Jill says:

    Hi Amy
    Thanks for including us! So pleased you’ve hit the road!
    Jill

  30. Starr says:

    Hi, I am enjoying your posts ever so much and since you have shared your luggage list I have bought us all packing cubes which I am overjoyed about. The are absolutely my favourite nomadic item to date. Anyway we start our journey in 1 week going North in Australia and then back South to take our first flight to Hong Kong,an then India, barcelona, Tenerife, Switzerland, Italy, New York and then who knows, will take it as it comes- I would love to be added to your blog roll here, we are un-schoolers too and are always up to cross paths with other traveller families.

  31. chelle says:

    We’re another family which has packed up to show our kids the world. We backpacked for a year in 2009. Now we are back in Sydney, we’ve had another baby and are just thinking about plans for the next big trip. I think we can hear Asia calling our name!

  32. Curtis says:

    Hello All:

    We are educators traveling the world! You can find us at http://www.thewildsmithberrys.com Thank you.

  33. Kelly S. says:

    Love your blog. Just found it! We are an American family living in Germany and we have made it a goal to see every country in Europe, no matter how small, at least once. Some of our favorites have already been doubled and tripled! I blog about our expat life in Germany and our once a month big trip that we go on. Thanks!

    1. Anne says:

      Hi Kelly. We are an American family living in a small town in Germany for the past three months and may be here for a year or as much as 5 years. Is your blog public? I would love to read it. Our kids are in school here, but we get great school breaks and love taking the train to places. I would love to read about your travels.

  34. Gigi Luke says:

    Found your blog and loved reading it! We are a family of four at the end of a year abroad trip around the world. We arrive back to California on July 1, 2013 after 12 months, 14 countries, 128 cities/villages/sites visited (including 35 UNESCO World Heritage sites), 19 airplane flights, 40 train rides, 8,714 miles driven, 36 Bus rides, 13 boat rides, 3 bicycle rides, and 1 elephant ride, we are making our way back home. It has been the most amazing adventure. Now, it is time to go home and we would love any advice on “re-entry” and how other families have transitioned back.

    Thank you!

    Gigi

  35. Gabi @The Nomadic Family says:

    hi amy! it’s funny that i would find you here dear. did a google search for family travel blog and was so happy to find you guys on page one. haven’t talked to you in eons. i hope all is well. i enjoyed reading about your chickens, no-poo, and going back to canada, legoland malaysia and what you learned (great posts!) We’d love, love, love to be included in your blog role. we’re not in year three of life on the road. i’ll have to check in more often to see how things are with you guys. really nice to see you again. Gabi

  36. Loren says:

    wOOOw…awesome list. Am gonna add this in my upcoming adventures for sure. Great work, am your new follower. Thanks for sharing.

  37. Krista Beauvais says:

    Thanks for sharing! I’ve just passed this along. I’d love to share your story on wodara.org if you’re interested.

    I love how you’re balancing your travel life with your home life of raising chickens and doing all things ‘home.’ We don’t yet have kids, but it gives me hope that we’ll too be able to strike a wonderful – and seemingly idyllic – balance like this. It’s especially nice for me that you’re a Canadian family, being from the Maritimes myself.

    I’m really keen to ask you more about this and perhaps, if you’d like, to share your story with my readers. Hope to hear from you!

    Cheers, Krista

  38. Jennifer Hodgkiss says:

    Hello! The list is great! We are a family of 4 living in an RV on the road. We have been for two years and I love to see lists with MORE families that travel!! Thanks! If you would like to check out our blog it can be found at

    http://www.HappilyUprooted.com

    🙂

    Jennifer

  39. Sharee Collier says:

    What a great list you have! I’ve visited some of the sites listed and it is wonderful to hear stories about families on the road!

    We are a family of 6 who are just starting our adventure- and we would love to share our stories with your readers as well!

  40. Ben Koning says:

    It is wonderful to see so many people enjoying life with their kids. On August 1, 2013 we finished a 9 month trip with our 14 and 17 year old daughters. We travelled mostly in Europe but also spent a month and a half in Turkey and did a small side trip to Morocco. All four of us blogged about this incredible learning and growing experience. We have become so jazzed about the writing process that we are thinking about writing a book.

    I look forward to reading about what all these other families have and are experiencing.

  41. Cliff Hsia says:

    We’re a family of four with two daughters (ages 4 and 2). We’ve been fortunate enough to travel for weeks at a time to various locations in Central and South America. We’ve got our sights set on Asia in the next couple of months. You can follow our stories and tips on how to get over the fear of traveling with kids at http://www.livefamilytravel.com.

  42. Paul Berger says:

    Please take a quick look at my new father & son travel blog at http://www.delusionaljourney.com. I think you will like it.

    Best,

    Paul

  43. Shelly says:

    Thanks for such a great list! Please check out our year of adventure too!

    http://www.marshallshellybaxteratticus.blogspot.com

  44. Carla says:

    This is beyond!
    As a single mom to an 8yo boy, how do you earn the money to do this?
    I’m a painter but work as a translator for a living.
    How to work on the road?

  45. Dorette van Heerden says:

    So glad I came upon this list, we are planning a year sabbatical to travel in Africa with a 5 and 8 (then 6 and 9) year old. Any tips? Anyone know anyone who’s done it?

  46. Elizabeth Friend says:

    We have been home for 2 weeks from our 10 month travel through the US in an RV and through Europe with backpacks. How I wish I had known about this site a year ago. We have 4 children and felt like we were winging it. Even so it looks like everyone has the same idea that if there is a will there is a way.
    We want people to know that travel is more accessible than it seems. If our story helps anyone – please share.

  47. Tina Ernspiker says:

    We live in Mexico with our four children. We moved here from Kentucky, USA and have been here eight months. We love it. I blog about homeschooling, travel, and our life in Mexico. I would love to be included in your list. Thanks, Tina
    http://gringoslocos6.blogspot.com

  48. Rosemary says:

    Hi
    We are an Australian family with two young kids aged 4 and 2. We recently went overseas for 20 months and because we couldn’t really decide the best way to travel with kids, we decided to test out a bit of everything! We did 6 months 4WD/camping trip in Patagonia and 3 months in morocco, donkey walked in France and cruised the canals and sailed in the Mediterranean for about 9months. All up, 3 cars and one boat later we managed to buy and sell without losing too much! Amazing to see so many other families having such adventures too!

  49. Ted says:

    Great list! Thanks for sharing, we’ll be back many times over the next year as we plan our year sabbatical from July 2015 – July 2016.

  50. Miki says:

    This is a great list! Thank you for sharing. I have two suggestions for you to enrich the list:
    http://familiesgotravel.com and http://www.vagabondfamily.org
    Both are great family travel sites offering expert advice for family vacation.

  51. virginie says:

    Hi Amy, what a great project you have with your kids! I am a french mum of 3, living in Rome (Italy), and I also love traveling with them. We made a few reviews of our trips, mostly in Europe : http://travel-with-my-kids.com
    Hope it could help 🙂

  52. Gofurther Abroad says:

    Great Info ! Thanks for sharing this list. Its help for me.

  53. Orana says:

    Wow, what an amazing list. I can´t wait to dive into it!
    First though we´d love to be part of it. You´re welcome to check us out and see if we are worth reading. 😉
    We do worldschooling as best we can, homeschooling in hotels, unschooling for a stretches, a little local preschool while stationed somewhere.
    Saludos from Bali!

  54. Wendy says:

    This is a great list – we’re looking to find other parents/kids that do what we do – we’re culinary worldschoolers that have spent the last year exploring Europe, North Africa and the Middle East. You’re welcome to check us out and see if we make the cut 🙂

  55. Michelle Frost says:

    Hi,

    Thanks for the awesome list!

    We’re also a traveling family 🙂 We are an Australian family of five who left home over a year ago and have seen a lot of Australia, Asia and Europe since we left home..

    At the moment we do quite a bit of house sitting which has been fun for the kids to get to play with pets again 🙂

    We’re also unschooling our kids (11, 13 and 15), which is quite an adventure in its self!

    I’d love you to visit our travel blog: http://upsticksandgo.com/

    Michelle

  56. Sarah Q says:

    I’d love for our blog to be added to this list! We’re a traveling, world schooling family of five. We’re traveling through The United States this year and plan to head overseas in 2016. Our blog is : http://www.theworldisourschool.com

    The World is Our School | A Worldschool Blog

    THANKS! 🙂

  57. Elizabeth says:

    Thanks for creating this list. We are about to embark on our adventure as a traveling family moving from the US to the Netherlands. I would love for you to check out our blog http://www.dutchdutchgose.com. We’ve been traveling in the US for a few years – more recently with the kids and you can check that out at http://www.outofedwards.blogspot.com.

    I love reading about all these families that are traveling and educating their kids about the world. That is our ultimate goal! So so many great ideas here!

  58. Scout says:

    please follow my blog! Mom helps me write about my unschooling adventures at home and around the world! Scout

  59. Elizabeth Brown-Shaw says:

    Hi! I just found your site tonight when I was looking for support for unschooling while traveling. We are a Canadian family (BC residents) of five traveling by sailboat in the South Pacific. We have been on the go for three years. We left with two big kids (now 9 and 11) and had a baby along the way (now 20 mos). I will be checking out Self Design thanks to your recommendation. Folks can read about our experiences at sv-Fluenta.blogspot.ca.

  60. Liz says:

    Its so great to read your post and see that there are so many travelling families out there! We are a new travelling family (started off in March 2015), we’ve set up a blog to share our story. Hope you like it!

  61. Emma says:

    Great! It’s wonderful to find more travel adventure blogs for us to get more ideas. We love slow travel and cycling as a family and make short films about it, usually about Korea where we live at the moment. http://koreanrooftop.com/

  62. Jane says:

    I’d love to be homeschooling full time, rather than just for the 10 months we spent away. this year! We are planning a round Australia trip in the not too distant future, just a little caravan and time to cruise the coastal roads and mountains… please include wickedwalkabout.com if you feel we are ok! Mostly our blog is about getting out in the bush and camping in Australia, slowly I am writing up articles about our time away in UK and Europe… slowly, slowly..

  63. Amanda says:

    My husband and I are contemplating giving up our 3,000 square foot home, walking away from our 6 figure income and lifestyle, cashing in our equity and paying cash for a doublewide on 3 acres and homeschooling our 10 year old son.

    All of this has come about because my husband and I want to travel around in an RV and do what we love… put on events at churches with an evangelical call. We’ve had success with our event locally and think it would do well on the road. It is sort of like a play, but it is 12 separate scenes/skits that address areas of womens lives.

    We are tired of the rat race and our son is addicted to video games. He had an IEP in school and we held him back a year in kindergarten. He has pretty much caught up to the grade level he is at.

    I am hesitant on pursuing this dream because my son does not like change and we have the coolest house in the neighborhood and it is grand central station for all the kids.

    Where we are wanting to move, there are no kids, just farm land. So basically,we are taking him out of school where he has social interaction, taking him out of the neighborhood we are in away from his friends (so we can be debt free and grow our own food). Then to top it off we are taking him on the road in an RV for 8 months out of the year.

    His personality is such that we have nicknamed him a grumpy old man in a little boys body. He hates change. He doesn’t like anything outside of his normal routine or comfort zone.

    We plan on being on the road for 3 years before we can hire people to do the leg work. I am not nervous about homeschooling, moving or going on the road. I am nervous about the impact this is going to make on my son mentally and emotionally.

    Has anyone else done anything like this? Has anyone else had a child with this type of personality and circumstances go from one extreme to the other with success?

    My fear is that he will end up depressed, hating us, hating life and ultimately hating God.

    1. Jared Jelsema says:

      Hey Amanda! Fear is the killer of dreams. It most likely will be rough at first & be will be a shock to your son. But you can ease him in to it. Go travel around for 1month then 3months and see how that go’s. He might get upset with you at first but once experiences start happening adventures will be his new addiction.

  64. david_pierre1 says:

    LIKE! Wonderful to find more travel adventure blogs to get more ideas, really this is a great list here.

  65. Rob says:

    Hi Amy, great list, we read and follow many of the same blogs you do and have been lucky enough to have met a couple of the families in person.
    Although there are some websites in your list that we are not familiar with, I will have have to check them out!
    We have been traveling full time since 2014 and right now are headed back to Europe. If you get a chance check out our blog and if you like it and it fits with your list please consider including it. We are at http://expatexperiment.com/

    Thank so much
    Rob

  66. Lori says:

    We sold our house, husband is now working on his own remote business, and we are traveling the world. We have a 5 & 6 year old. Plans are to stay in a country for at least 1 month at a time. We are currently in Japan, and will be in Thailand and Bali before 2016 is up.

    You can follow our adventure here: http://www.timewink.com

    1. worldschooled says:

      Awesome! Thanks Lori!

  67. Astrid Godin says:

    Hi Amy,
    Thank you for this list! I referred to it regularily while I was planning for our trip. We are now on the road (and have been since July) and have a blog of our own.
    If it fits, please feel free to add it to your list.
    We are a Canadian family on the road for a year or so…
    Adrift.ca
    Take care,
    Astrid

    1. worldschooled says:

      Thanks Astrid!

  68. clara der says:

    Hello, we just began our world trip six weeks ago. We are in China and it’s interesting to see people’s reaction as we are Chinese by heritage but because of our choice to worldschool, they are often shocked at such a lifestyle. I wanted to say Thank you because your blog helped us in preparing for our journey. keep up the good work and safe travels!

    Clara

    1. worldschooled says:

      Thanks Clara, I’m so glad this blog helped you in preparing! Happy travels!

  69. Lisiane Jimenez says:

    Hi! I love your post. We are a new world school travel blog! Check us out and let me know your thoughts and comments.

    http://www.thetravelinggurus.com

  70. Laura says:

    Great list!!

    We are a family for four traveling on a sailboat down the east coast and beyond. We sold our house and moved aboard our 37ft sailboat in June 2016. We started a blog that details our journey.

    http://www.releasingthebowlines.com

    We have two little girls (ages 3 and 4) who keep us on our toes!! So far it has been a great experience and we look forward to were 2017 will take us.

    Laura

    1. worldschooled says:

      Fantastic! Your blog looks great!

  71. Jared Jelsema says:

    This is an awesome list! I’m glad I found it I have been looking for and 1 stop “shop” for some time know. Its existing to see family’s living out side of the box! We travel as well you can see our adventures at http://www.raisinghavik.com or instagram @raisinghavik

  72. Alexander Kurm says:

    This list has been very helpful thank you! Been looking for other families that have done this to learn some tips/tricks etc. My wife and I and our 3 kids just joined the revolution as well…we sold our house in Canada, bought a truck, RV trailer and started driving around the USA and Canada learning, homeschooling and adventuring! Check out our site…I’d appreciate any advice or feedback you might have?
    Alex

    http://www.5freespirits.com/

  73. Emma Pamley-Liddell says:

    We’d love to introduce ourselves to you. We came across your page via google after searching for other world schooling families.
    We’re the Pamley-Liddell family and we have 3 kids ages, 13, 8 and 7. We’re currently in Sardinia and we’re visiting Seville, Athens and Wales, Bristol and Devon soon.
    We’re just busy reading about your adventures now 🙂
    Emma

  74. Amy Costello says:

    My husband has visions of our family driving from Mexico to Argentina but how? Are world schoolers funded by trust funds, parents working online, or combo? We have taken our son to Sweden, France, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Cuba and have no plans to stop traveling. But even shoe string budgets cost $$. On average, how do people do it? Thanks for info and links!!

  75. Asta says:

    Hi, I have recently starting writing a blog about travelling with our kids (now 5 and 8). We live in Spain so we do some travelling around it and we also get out to see the world as much as we can (school and my ‘normal’ day job permitting). I have stumbled on your blog by looking for a family friendly cooking class in Thailand as I am planning our next trip there this July. It is great to see the list of other blogs of families travelling! Very useful to check the experiences of others when preparing a trip.
    Anyway, check out my blog if you find it interesting (I have started it just in March): http://www.littleworldexplorers.com

  76. Shelley says:

    Just found this post searching for world schooling and wheelchairs. We have three boys in wheelchairs, plus four other kids from ages 3-16. We already travel a great deal due to work and medical treatments. Looking at spending longer periods of time in one place and farther afield. We are Canadian and have done across both the USA and Canada, but would like to meet someone who’s gone farther than that with wheelchairs. If you know of anyone, can you email me some links to those folks? I would love to meet them and “pick their brain” on it. Thanks!

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