And so is yours. Or son, if you have a son. Look, I don’t know who you are so let’s just say ALL our children – either gender – happy now?
My update includes Kuala Lumpur, Bali, Brisbane and Bowie.
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.
The last two months have felt like we’ve got our travelling groove back on. Thailand is a wonderful place.
We’ve now been travelling for a year. So I’ve been reflecting on what this means for me.
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.
12 years after their visit to Hong Kong, my parents returned to celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary.
Athens was an amazing place. I think it usurped my expectations. Here are my recollections.