Category: Worldschooling

Route 66 og Grand Canyon

. Grand Canyon. Det er sådan et af de der berømte “bucket list” punkter, jeg nu kan krydse delvist af. Delvist, fordi min drøm er at hike det fulde rim-to-rim trail. Det er 24 km med overnatning helt nede i bunden af kløften! Så det bliver en anden god...

My Take On Volontourism. Why It’s Not A Bad Thing.

. . Recently, in a travelers group that I’m in, someone was looking for ideas on how to help their children become “true global citizens”. This was a traveling family, and the poster was concerned that her kids might come to think of the world as just a ‘continual...

Project World School Family Summit 2019

. IT’S ALL ABOUT COMMUNITY! In October 2019, we were spending the fall in southern France, but made a quick stint to Granada, Spain specifically for one reason: The Project World School Family Summit. These summits take place bi-yearly, in the spring and in the fall, at different locations around the world....

Worldschooling: What, Why & How?

. WORLDSCHOOLING: WHEN THE WHOLE WORLD IS YOUR CLASSROOM While homeschooling is an umbrella name for the fact of deciding to educate your children yourself, instead of using the school system, there are several ways to do this. One is what has become known as worldschooling. As with many things,...

Tham Lod Cave

. Breathtaking Beauty.One of the most famous attractions in the Mae Hong Son region, is the Tham Lod Cave, about 50km north of Pai. There are several other caves in the area, and you can stay closer to visit more, plus do some hiking while you’re at it –...

Walking With The Elephants!

. The Elephant Sanctuary. A Definite Must Do!One thing that you can’t miss when in Thailand, is obviously a visit to one of the many elephant sanctuaries that exist. Unless, of course, you suffer from pachydermophobia, in which case this extremely popular activity is probably best avoided 😉 In...

Project World School Family Summit 2018

. Connecting with your tribe!One of the major reasons we chose to start our travels in Thailand, was the Project World School Family Summit which took place in Chiang Mai from Oct. 22-26. Over 100 families from all over the world were present, and shared a week of inspiring talks and...

Sawadee Ka, Thailand!

. Arrival in Bangkok.We flew out of Paris on a Friday morning, had a short layover in Milano, and continued on to Bangkok around 2pm in the afternoon. This means that we were awake for most of the 11-hour flight! One kid didn’t sleep at all (can you say...