A common way of thinking is that world travel is something only for the childless and empty nesters. “I would love to do what you do, but I have kids” is something we heard once or twice before becoming parents ourselves. Responsibility for a small human is absolutely life changing, yes, but in a way that opens new doors.
Two year old GCCJr has already been to 28 countries. Since he first boarded an airplane at 5 months old after we figured out how to pack our favourite baby gates up for the various hotels and AirBNBs, he has been putting his 2 passports to heavy use. He has already circumnavigated the globe twice, and enjoyed visits to large swaths of Asia, Western Europe, and North America.
Whether at home or in a far away land, The World through the eyes of a little one is an opportunity not be be missed.
- Thailand (Koh Lanta)
- Malaysia (Penang)
- Portugal (Porto)
- Spain (Madrid, Plaza Mayor)
- Italy (Firenze)
- The Vatican
- Czechia (Prague)
- Germany (Berlin)
- Denmark (Copenhagen)
- United Kingdom
- United States (Santa Monica, California)
- Belgium (Bussels, Grand Place)
- Greece (Santorini)
- Hungary (Budapest)
- Austria (Salzburg)
- Croatia (Dubrovnik)
- Bosnia & Herzegovina
- Canada (Victoria)
- Next stop: Vietnam!
Got here last Friday… photos coming soon…
Traveling with a Baby – our first family travel experience
16 Months, 16 Countries – thoughts on traveling with kids after 1 1/2 years of experience
Packing for Perpetual Travel – how we pack, with a list of kid stuff
A version of this post originally appeared on BuzzFeed, but…
That’s one of the more accurate emails I’ve received in some time.
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