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In 2018 my partner and I took our five year old daughter out of school to travel the world. It's apparently called an 'edventure’— where kids learn on the road!


The idea to travel started about four years' ago, when I went back to work after having my baby. As the hours increased, time with family got tighter and tighter, and soon enough my priority was professional not personal. I made a promise that when our daughter was five years’ old we would embark on an international adventure. 


Our journey took us to France, Costa Rica, Cuba, Cayman Islands, Barbados, USA and UAE. Our daughter took two terms out of school, I took a sabbatical and my partner worked remotely. 

We savoured many a sunset in the South of France and watched our daughter's language skills boon at the local Public School in Provence. We made chocolate from cacao in Costa Rica, met Fidel Castro's son in Cuba, swam with stingrays in the Cayman Islands and spent a month calling Barbados home. Then visited the USA and UAE en route home to Sydney, Australia.

I’m absolutely sure that the time together enabled us to make important decisions about how we want to live our lives, and ultimately, taught our daughter how to be a resilient global citizen.

Our journey was an adventure, it was enriching and a privilege to share with the many different and interesting people we met along the way. I truly believe travel is good for kids, it's good for parents, it's good for everyone.

Now we want to share a photographic glimpse into our journey with you.

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