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What is it Really Like Living in the World's Smartest City?
Since the day we’ve arrived here in South Korea, we’ve been fascinated by the culture of this incredible country. This is the most culturally distinct place we’ve ever lived or traveled to. We’ve been asking ourselves since day 1, how does a typical South Korean family live? That’s not the easiest question to answer, however, because one thing we’ve discovered...
Bamdokkaebi Night Market with Kids
We continued our bug eating adventures on Day 45 in Seoul, South Korea by the Han River at Bamdokkaebi Night Market. Bamdokkaebi Night Market is a lively family friendly market that includes local sellers, dozens of food trucks, live music, a water play area and beautiful views. It is located inside Yeouido Hangang Park along the Han River. Day 45...
Eating Bugs in South Korea
Today, we have been itching to head back to Namdaemun Market to a) eat bugs in South Korea and b) buy kids clothes. On the plus side, we discovered several more things we love about Korea; on the flip side Namdaemun Market is not what we first thought. Namdaemun Market Beondegi: Eating Bugs in South Korea 남한에서 벌레를 먹고있다 We really dragged our...
The Wave Hotel, Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico, Vieques, Traveling with Kids, Family Travel
Over the past year we've heard many accounts of the stories surrounding Hurricane Maria, especially so working in the airline industry where flights were affected, customers were displaced, and in many instances fellow employees were missing for days. Worldschooling in Puerto Rico gave our family the opportunity to see firsthand the devastation and recovery process on the island and speak...
Bioluminescent Bay with kids, mosquito bay, vieques, puerto rico, abe's snorkeling and bio bay tours, traveling with kids, family travel
Our favorite worldschooling activity in Puerto Rico was, without a doubt, kayaking across the waters of Mosquito Bay on a moonless night in Vieques, Puerto Rico experiencing what is known as Bioluminescent Bay. The stars looked as though they were being reflected under the surface of water by a mirror reflecting back the milky way as we held it...
Worldschooling Lesson Guide for Black Sand Beach in Puerto Rico (Free)
Worldschooling in Puerto Rico afforded our family the opportunity to learn about so many different topics from Caribbean meteorology especially as it relates to recent Hurricane Maria, the biology of Bioluminescent Bay and of course the geological minerals that create a black sand beach! The really great thing about this worksheet is that it isn't exclusive to Puerto Rico! It...
Ek Balam with Kids, Ek Balam, Mayan Ruins, Alma's Lds Tours, Mexico, Yucatan Peninsula, Quintana Roo, diapersonaplane, Diapers on a plane, family travel, traveling with kids, Mexican Riviera, Yucatan Peninsula, Playa del Carmen
My eldest sister and I span an age gap of 16 years. Believe it or not, she was a grandma before I even gave birth to Miss Molasses. She has four children (and now one grandbaby), all four married, and all of them went to Mexico on their honeymoon. I loved to snicker about how, of all...
Ek Balam with Kids, Ek Balam, Mayan Ruins, Alma's Lds Tours, Mexico, Yucatan Peninsula, Quintana Roo, diapersonaplane, Diapers on a plane, family travel, traveling with kids
World Schooling Ek Balam tops our list of incredibly rewarding family field trips. Especially coupled with the fact that we not only got to tour Ek Balam, but Chichen Itza, Tulum, and Coba as well! We learned about temples, culture, rituals, agriculture, water sources, and so much more pertaining to the Mayan way of life. Feel free to use this...
Ek Balam with Kids, Ek Balam, Mayan Ruins, Alma's Lds Tours, Mexico, Yucatan Peninsula, Quintana Roo, diapersonaplane, Diapers on a plane, family travel, traveling with kids
There is nothing quite so mesmerizing and astounding as standing amongst ancient ruins and experiencing a place where mankind changed the course of history over two thousand millennia ago. Ek Balam is just one of the many ruins that can be found throughout the Yucatán Peninsula. A lesser known fact is that Mayan ruins are actually not singularly located...
Chichen Itza, Mexico, Mayan Ruins, Yucatan Peninsula, Alma Tours, Diapersonplane, Diapers on a plane, family travel, traveling with kids, creating family memories
We definitely count the Yucatan Peninsula as one of our favorite places to explore as a family. We have visited twice in so many years and love this region for the rich treasure that occupies this region when it comes to nature, adventure, history, geography, geology and so much more.  The worldschooling opportunities are limitless. Feel free to use this...