So why do we love to travel? Because it gives us a chance to show our boys this big and beautiful world!! We like to relax when we go on vacation (don’t all parents), but we also want to challenge our boys. We want them to experience different cultures and be amazed by natures diversity, so we try to do stuff with them when we’re away. Some of the highlights so far have been wildlife spotting in the jungle, aqua trekking in Gorges du Verdon and swimming in The Blue Lagoon.
We hope to give them an awareness of how different we all are – and that we all contribute with something different. And that the world is big and beautiful now, but it won’t stay that way if we don’t treat it with respect.
But off you go – on an adventure of your own – and bring your kids! They’re never too young to experience other cultures and natures diversity.
Line is a reporter and has lived in Boston and Munich. She has a weakness for Germany, its very cool people and the perfectly “square” language. Line daydreams about going to New Zealand, Cook Islands, The Galápagos, Canada and Corsica.
Jes is a building constructor and a huge fan of home. Most of all he enjoys spending time at our summerhouse on Strynø, but if I poke him really hard he’ll agree to go on a trip where you need to bring a passport. Maybe that’s not completely fair because he does have this big dream of going to Canada and Japan.
Emil goes to school and loves airports, animals and YouTube. He likes to be pampered when we go on vacation, but we seldom stay at hotels that live up to his standards. I keep telling him education and tenacity is key if you want to make trillions of dollars and live in luxury….does he listen….time will tell.
Rasmus also goes to school, and he loves his big brother, Minecraft and to make us laugh. He doesn’t care where we go in the world as long as we go together.
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Life is either a daring adventure or nothing at all.Helen Keller
Travel makes one modest, you see what a tiny place you occupy in the world.Gustave Flaubert
A ship in harbor is safe, but that is not what ships are built for.John A. Shedd
I travel not to go anywhere, but to go. I travel for travel’s sake. The great affair is to move.Robert Louis Stevenson
We hope this blog inspires you to go on an adventure of your own – and bring the kids! They are never too young to experience other cultures and natures diversity.