How a Single Mom of 3 Takes Her Kids Out of School to Travel the World and Chase Waves



Today, we’ve decided to join a local initiative to clean up the beach. After that, we’ll do some free surfing. It seems like a perfect way to spend a Saturday, so I inhale, the hot and humid tropical air filling my lungs, and look out at the ocean. This is when I realize that I’ve finally made it. Keep reading

The World as our Classroom

Vagabonding family


Wherever we go, we are looked at in wonder. The children an exotic mix of Caribbean, Asian & European roots. Happy, smiling faces with heads full of bouncing curls. Their skin tanned. Their clothing casual. They could easily be local, yet there’s something different about them, something different about us. Keep reading

Did you know a lot of the Sea Gypsies survived the 2004 tsunami in Thailand? This beautiful sea gypsy lady gave me a glimpse into her life. A beautiful reminder to always be humble <3 ...

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The Land of Smiles. Thailand, I already love you! 💕 ...

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It is time to pack up and move! In a few weeks our nomadic family will cross land and ocean again, off to new adventures. Thailand, here we come! <3 ...

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After two years of traveling we arrived in the Mexican Caribbean. Quite the shock, I may say. Instead of local fruitstands there is Walmart. Instead of broke but handsome surfers wearing loose shorts, there's bronzed and oiled up men wearing speedos and golden watches. Instead of casually wandering into PachaMama shop, I get refused into a store because of my bare feet. Instead of waves there's ripples. But how thankful I am for this journey, for my girls, for my friends, and all the love going around! <3 ...

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