Traveling with children

I have newly reconnected with friends from the Philippines and Bolivia via Facebook. As a result, I ache to travel from viewing their pictures and catching up on their stories. Wouldn’t it be nice to have a career and lifestyle that made travel and living abroad possible? A Jeepney from the Philippines overflowwing with passengersAlmost Fearless by Christine Gilbert does just that. Her content challenges me to broaden my community and allows me to travel vicariously. Subsequently, I’m asking more of myself by practicing my native tongue, Tagalog, in hopes of taking my family to the Philippines. Her multilingual children see and experience the world uniquely and I’d love for my boys to have a similar opportunity. I likely over romanticize her adventures but I admire her free spirit none-the-less.

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