We are not full travel family, but we share the full-time family fun of traveling as well as the ugly part, but also helpful tips and itinerary.
I started this blog after I broke my ankle. I had enough time to look throw my pictures and memories why don’t share to other parents that need help and motivation to travel with kids and inspiring the everyday fun. Breaking my ankle was a life-changing experience for sure. I stop running but I start writing about my life experiences in family.
Growing up in Peru my family couldn’t afford traveling, I grew up during the terrorism (the shining path) time and economy collapsed. Making long lines for basics, listening to bombs explosion was on daily bases. My family couldn’t afford traveling, even few hours in a bus was a luxury. Therefore, I barely visit a park or the countryside.
Since my hometown was a dessert, going to the countryside (1 hour from home) was a huge deal and we did it once a year. Here is where we build the best memories of my childhood running on green areas and exploring nature. Hence, love that for my own kids
After becoming a lawyer, and the Peruvian economy getting better I was able to afford traveling and felt in love with it. I had the great opportunity to travel a lot around Peru and vicinity countries. Exploring the Andes the jungle and amazing beaches filled my heart. Peru is such a culturally diverse country and after I visited 80% of Peru, I visit Europe and my travel bug kept growing.
Later in life, I meet Sebastian while he visited Lima to improve his Spanish. I traveled so many more countries an I would say he is an expert world traveler.
We got our traveling and exploring together and our family grew. We settle up in California however, we didn’t think having kids will stop our travel bug. We love that our kids will grow up with around the world family travel memories. After all there is so much to see off the world in one life time. Why not start since young?
Why Traveling with family?
Traveling with family, especially with little kids is challenging but is possible. Ironically, I have anxiety about traveling with kids and somehow, I found out traveling with kids less stressful overtime. I felt more confident even travel with just two of them under the age of eight by myself. I would like to share what I learn doing it to inspired other families. My kids now love traveling and look forward to it.
I hope I can help you and inspire you to travel smarter and better with your family!
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