In this interview Roobs and Suewan talk about worldschooling and how we make it work for our family.
Overall we enjoyed the diversity of Kuala Lumpur and the fascinating mix of cultures but sorry, Kuala Lumpur – you’re just not my cup of tea.
April 18th 2016 was the date we left our UK home behind and started our adventure. It’s hard to believe we left 1 year ago!
We know other travelling families who travel much faster than us and seem to be having a blast so we thought we’d try it out.
I loved Athens. There is a lot to love about it – the locals, the food, the culture, the architecture. However the thing that really changed me in Athens was an opportunity I had to volunteer.
It’s probably the most asked question about being a travelling family – “How on earth can you afford to travel full-time?” We spoke to other families to see what ways people were able to afford to travel as a family.
Six months in and we’re starting to see the amazing benefits of life as a family on the move.
One of our favourite places to visit in Prague was the Cat cafe. They have 6 very sweet cats and we spent many happy afternoons playing with them.
A review of the Class Acts summer camp in Prague. Roobs really enjoyed it and she learnt so much about newspapers, current affairs and Czech culture.
In Prague we really loved the apartment we stayed in. Perfect for travelling famiies – great internet, toys for the kids and in a family friendly area.