Walk Like an Egyptian

September 23, 2016 in Africa, Egypt, Travelogue

“You like Egyptian!!” Is yelled at me at least five times a day, by jolly shop keepers and tea shop owners as I wander by. They point at my head […]

Egypt Part Two: The Sun God and the River Nile

September 18, 2016 in blog, Egypt, Travelogue

The sun really is the god of Egypt It isn’t hard to imagine why Ra reigned supreme in Egyptian mythology. The sun controls everything here, not just the rhythm of […]

Finding the Real Cairo

September 13, 2016 in Africa, Egypt, Travelogue

Cairo does not exist inside the fantastic Egyptian Museum… …lined, shoulder to shoulder, two floors and endless rooms full of sarcophagi, canopic jars, pottery, deities, carvings of every sort, all […]

Our Travel ABCs

January 5, 2012 in Africa, Austria, Belgium, Belize, Canada, Czech Republic, England, Europe, France, Germany, Guatemala, Inspiration, Italy, Mexico, Netherlands, North America, Travelogue, Tunisia, United States

I came upon a post like this on a new blog I’m exploring Mama’s Got Wanderlust. Of course the name resonates with me, you ought to check it out. It’s […]

What Does A Traveling Dad Look Like?

July 8, 2011 in Africa, Inspiration, Travelogue, Tunisia

We’re posting this as part of a group writing project with other traveling families. Drew Gilbert, traveling Dad extraordinaire, suggested it! What does a traveling Dad look like? I’m sure […]

What’s The Most Educational Thing We’ve Done For Our Kids?

May 13, 2011 in Africa, blog, Education, Travelogue, Tunisia

We were recently asked, for an interview: “What is the most educational thing you’ve done with/for your kids?” This was our answer:   Hitting the road and traveling full time […]

Then & Now: Three Years In Review, As Seen From a Hammock

April 2, 2011 in Africa, Austria, Belgium, Belize, blog, Canada, Czech Republic, England, Europe, France, Germany, Guatemala, Honduras, Inspiration, Italy, Mexico, Netherlands, North America, Travelogue, Tunisia, United States

It’s my favourite thing, sitting in the hammock, watching the lago. It’s beautiful at any time of day, but there’s something about sneaking down there after dinner when the water […]

One Family: Three Years: Three Continents: Fifteen Countries… and counting. A Photo Essay

March 31, 2011 in Africa, Austria, Belgium, Belize, Canada, Czech Republic, England, Europe, France, Germany, Guatemala, Honduras, Inspiration, Italy, Mexico, Netherlands, North America, Travelogue, Tunisia, United States

Earlier this week our family celebrated an important milestone: We realized that March 24th marked the beginning of our fourth year of living full-time on the road. As other traveling […]

On The Road Again…

January 27, 2009 in Africa, Travelogue, Tunisia

New friends and a visit to the Bardo Museum

A taste of home…

January 22, 2009 in Africa, Travelogue, Tunisia

 in praise of PB-n-J

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