Posts Tagged ‘family travel’
Since June 2008, the Vogel family (Mom, Dad and ten-year-old twin boys) have been on an epic two and a half year bike trip from Alaska to Argentina.
SoulTravelers3 are a family of three on a slow, open-ended travel adventure throughout the world.
Debbie is a mother of two who stands behind the belief that travel with kids can be fun. On her blog, she shares tips for other parents, including city guides to destinations in Europe, the USA and beyond.
In May 2008, the Family Smudge sold their house, quit their job and took to the roads of Europe with a camper. (Interview with Alice Smudge)
Ever dreamed of living life on the road?
Meet the Family Smudge: Scott and Alice, 1-year old Isabella, and Milla, the family dog. Earlier this year, Scott quit his full-time job, and they sold their house, scaling down their belongings to live in a camper. Three months later, the Family Smudge hit the road, setting out from their home in England on a long-term road trip around Europe. This isn't just a family holiday: this is a complete change of lifestyle.
In this interview, TravelBlogs talks to Alice about their decision to pack up, live in a camper, and travel around Europe.
Birds, birds, birds. And then a few more. Malkolm Boothroyd is a 15-year old bird-lover on a year-long cycling adventure through North America with his parents. (Interview with Malkolm, Ken and Wendy)
15-year old Malkolm is on a year-long 10,000 mile bike-trip across North America with his parents, Ken and Wendy. Why? Birds, to put it simply.
They're on what's known by bird lovers as a Big Year, trying to catch a glimpse of as many types of bird as they can. But they're doing it with two key differences: by cycling the entire way, they're making an important point about fossil-fuel-free transportation; and they're also raising money for bird conservation.