Travel is the gift that keeps giving. Teen shares how traveling the world has taught her lessons in American privilege and how travel has made her a more patriotic, grateful American.
Although I’ve never lived in a war-torn country, feared an oppressive government, suffered religious persecution, or fled genocide, I HAVE actually been detained in immigration and deported from a foreign country. I wouldn’t wish that experience on anyone, but it has given me a unique perspective on the current immigration debate.
Alabama family’s global field trip appears in Birmingham’s Over-the-Mountain-Journal.
Families can take gap years too. A 7th graders shares her around-the-world (RTW) post-trip report.
Watch Riley twirl baton through 10 countries in just 2.5 minutes.
Considering long term travel with your kids? Read an honest review from a reluctant teen who begrudging left school to travel with her family for five months.
World-schooler creates RTW quiz proving that travel IS the greatest teacher. Take her trivia quiz and see how you do! If you fail then it’s time to book a trip.
Why you should add attending a Balinese cremation ceremony to your bucket list. Learn about their fascinating life, death, and reincarnation beliefs and customs.
One of the best parts of having a baby is getting to choose the name, right? Not in Bali! Learn about Bali’s special baby-naming customs and caste system.
See what it’s like to live on Baldwin Street–the World’ Steepest Street–in Dunedin, New Zealand and learn who is responsible for this urban planning debacle.