Comments on: About Us http://thenomadicfamily.com Nomadic Family World Travel Blog, World Travel with Kids, The Honest Ups and Down of Life on the Road Wed, 26 Jul 2017 04:22:57 +0000 hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.9.1 By: Scott http://thenomadicfamily.com/nomadic-family-travel-blog-world-travel-blog-with-kids/#comment-17694 Wed, 26 Jul 2017 04:22:57 +0000 http://thenomadicfamily.com/?page_id=2#comment-17694 I’ve enjoyed reading your blog and admire other families that get out to see the world together. You’ve been to a few places we haven’t, I’ll be back for tips when we go to Ireland and Israel.

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By: Nikola Tesla http://thenomadicfamily.com/nomadic-family-travel-blog-world-travel-blog-with-kids/#comment-17375 Sat, 30 Apr 2016 13:43:51 +0000 http://thenomadicfamily.com/?page_id=2#comment-17375 Sarah, you are a VERY sharp woman. Do not use the advice of fixed old minded people, no matter how close they are to you. If you google my name u should see that at the time, my thoughts where also consider crazy. Today they are in evry house in the world. Think about your life without my inventions. You should do the same, make your ideas a realty. Best of luck

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By: Sabretoothed Chickens Tour http://thenomadicfamily.com/nomadic-family-travel-blog-world-travel-blog-with-kids/#comment-16816 Thu, 30 Jul 2015 22:59:13 +0000 http://thenomadicfamily.com/?page_id=2#comment-16816 Hello Gabi and family;
We too love travelling and blogging. Lovely to take a look around your blog. Hope our paths cross on the road one day or look us up when you are at our home – in Perth, Australia.
Prunella and family
sabretoothedchickenstour.wordpress.com

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By: Gabi Klaf http://thenomadicfamily.com/nomadic-family-travel-blog-world-travel-blog-with-kids/#comment-14263 Sat, 20 Sep 2014 16:58:11 +0000 http://thenomadicfamily.com/?page_id=2#comment-14263 how marvelous. i wish you all the love and joy in the world. if you go near la fortuna and wish to volunteer about an hour away in one amazing ranch community school, i’ll hook you up with the details. i hope you tell us more as you go. so soon, so exciting! gabi

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By: Marie Miller http://thenomadicfamily.com/nomadic-family-travel-blog-world-travel-blog-with-kids/#comment-14255 Thu, 18 Sep 2014 21:33:03 +0000 http://thenomadicfamily.com/?page_id=2#comment-14255 Love your story , I will be moving to Costa Rica on Dec 31st 2014 . Looking forward to enjoy nature also the cost of living is better there – lived in Haiti with my husband for 1 year .

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By: Gabi Klaf http://thenomadicfamily.com/nomadic-family-travel-blog-world-travel-blog-with-kids/#comment-14039 Sat, 26 Jul 2014 15:39:05 +0000 http://thenomadicfamily.com/?page_id=2#comment-14039 such a joy to have you hear dear analise. how did you find us? please find us on fb so that we can keep up better and i can share your blog with others. good for you. keep dreaming. it will come true even if others think you are insane. hugs, gabi

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By: Analise Smith http://thenomadicfamily.com/nomadic-family-travel-blog-world-travel-blog-with-kids/#comment-14032 Fri, 25 Jul 2014 23:25:23 +0000 http://thenomadicfamily.com/?page_id=2#comment-14032 Love reading your blog. I am determined to travel with my family when the time comes. It’s funny to see the look on people’s faces when I tell them that. You all got it right.

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By: Gabi Klaf http://thenomadicfamily.com/nomadic-family-travel-blog-world-travel-blog-with-kids/#comment-12892 Mon, 10 Feb 2014 18:35:08 +0000 http://thenomadicfamily.com/?page_id=2#comment-12892 oh my love sarah. i have a billion things to say. going to bed but i take you with me, and i’ll write to you when i’m up. thank you dear tiger woman.

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By: Sarah http://thenomadicfamily.com/nomadic-family-travel-blog-world-travel-blog-with-kids/#comment-12882 Sun, 09 Feb 2014 21:18:57 +0000 http://thenomadicfamily.com/?page_id=2#comment-12882 Hi I was wondering if you owned a house before you started travelling? If you did, did you sell it to fund your travels? Or are you keeping it as a ‘base camp’? I am seriously considering this lifestyle as I have been travelling as a conservationist with big cats, mainly Tigers. When I was 23, I took to opportunity to work with Siberian Tigers in Far East Russia. It was cold! But at the time it was a one year placement, but I loved it so much I kept asking to extend, and before I knew it I had spent five years there! I came home and stayed with my parents, but I am an extremely independent person, and I am unbelievably passionate about travelling and having a connection with animals and the world. So whenever I came back to Scotland, my home country, I found myself coming home for Christmas then as soon as the new year came about I was off on another adventure God knows where! My two younger siblings had gotten married and had kids in their twenties, and after a while I was 33 going on 34, and I decided I wanted a child, so my absolute best friend Michael who had worked with me in Russia, donated, you know, and I am just waiting for my little boy to arrive. I have seriously thought about building a house in the Scottish Highlands, a small house made from disused shipping containers and old wooden pallets, but then I started having second thoughts, and when I came across your blog I thought I had solved any doubts I had. It fit my personality and lifestyle perfectly and it is highly likely that I will do it. Travelling the world with your kid? Homeschooling them? People say homeschooling children makes them anti-social, but how can that be when they are meeting children from all different cultures, and they learn how to communicate in a way that, if language is solid barrier, they can still make a friend without saying a word. My head is filled with ‘crazy’ ideas. I had a bucket list when I was 15, and it could paste a box room, floor to ceiling. I dream of climbing mountains, walking the Great Wall of China start to finish, living in Bali, enriching myself in Buddhist culture. I want to do everything. The reason I am rambling on is because everyone in my family is too ‘sane’ to understand – my mum likes to think shes a free spirit, but shes not really. They believe that travelling the world is something for the rich, and they don’t believe I can make it happen, and because of their disbelief, I started having doubts myself. Then I googled it, and there you were. You have shown me that it can be done and that it’s not as complicated as I originally thought. You are truly inspiring and I have sold myself on the idea while writing this, so looks like there will be another nomadic family loose in the world. You never know, a few years down the line I might just bump into you in the middle of nowhere. That’s it, you can go to bed now, haha.

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