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Naomi, David and their two sons are ‘on a slow roam around the world’. Though both successful, David didn’t want his children to view him as the dad who was always working. So, with the business and house sold, possessions relocated – the four set off to explore. Their style of travel allows them to live/work in comfort while spending quality time with Lucas and Easy (Ezekiel).

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  • #1rashmisinha

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  • #2Mike

    Sometimes, a good strategy to enjoy the family is through traveling. I like how David diverted his children not to view him as a working dad. Enjoying everyday life

  • #3Michael

    A good bonding for any family is going out for a travel and enjoying every moment.

  • #4Conchita

    I can’t help but feel envious about their family for having a chance to travel the world and at the same time making money out of it. They’re so lucky! I wish I can do that too. I am happy that this October I have a chance to go to America to see my sister. Hopefully she can tour me on the famous places there. I am very happy that my visa just came in a nick of time. I want to say thank you for my migration lawyers who did my visa application to USA a success.

  • #5Tom Miller

    I am touched by the gesture of David, how he actually cared for his family and really showing it to them. It is refreshing to hear fathers who are actually working hard but still finding the time to spend with his kids. Thanks for sharing this.

  • #6Samuel Jeffery

    I think this is a wonderful idea. The best experiences I had with my family were the trips we took together when I was growing up.

  • #7Rohit

    ‘slow roam around the world’. Don’t we all secretly hope to be that!A dad, a son, a brother, a sister, to a family. someone who actually practices the family first mantra!

  • #8Elle of Solo Female Nomad

    There is a special bond that happens when families travel together, one that is much deeper. I can only imagine what a travel experience like this does for the family.

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