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The grosser side of travel that your editor won’t let you put in the book!
I’m laying out Our Top Picks. Ten months, fifteen countries, four continents. We covered a lot of turf on this gorgeous planet. So here's a round up of some of the coolest stuff we encountered.
The conventional, very rooted way of life we’ve set up in North America – filled with lots of material stuff isn’t the only, or most rewarding way that one can lead their life. Experience is essential to a meaningful life. And wine.
Addie Prentice, 17, traveled throughout Asia with us this summer. He's our neighbour, and one of our kids' (6 and 9) best pals. Upon returning to school in September, Addie had to write an essay about someone who has had a big influence on him. He chose to write about our family. This is his essay. He gets an A+ from us!
This story originally appeared in The Globe and Mail on December 12, 2015.
We’d been travelling for seven months when we lost our daughter in Thailand. Now, that I think about it, I’m surprised it took this long for it to happen.
You know that moment when you're about to board your flight to Rio, but then the ticketing agent asks for your Brazil travel visa and you're like, "what travel visa?" And the next thing you know you're sitting in your parents' car in their driveway in Fort Richmond drinking beer?