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Travel with children is our favourite sort of travel.

  Family world travel, it is possible! 

We left home, Port Douglas Australia, at the start of June 2013, to travel with children long term, we’d been saving and planning for 12 months.

We’ve completed year 1 of non-stop round the world family travel, it’s been a blast and our lives are now changed forever, we are free. We need to take a break for a while in London, one of our favourite cities in the world.  We’re having lots of fun exploring this fabulous city, visiting the museums and attractions and working hard. Chef is working full time in a 5 star hotel, I’m trying to grow our blogs into reliable location-independent income providers and at the same time making sure the boys are getting an amazing education.

In February 2015 we hit the road full-time again. We’d love it if you could stay with us to follow our journey. We’d love it even more if we could inspire you to take off on your own travel adventure or help you out with your planning. What do you think? Are you with us?

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You can almost see the learning happening here! One of our early adventures on Koh Samet, Thailand. D must have been 7, Boo 5.

The Story So Far, Briefly

We emigrated from the UK to Port Douglas, Australia in 2007. In 2013 we left to travel full-time. In our first year we visited Malaysia twice, Thailand twice, Laos, Sri Lanka, England and Wales before taking an Atlantic cruise to New York. We road-tripped or way around the USA and had 3 nights in Canada. We flew to El Salvador from Florida and travelled overland to Guatemala before returning to Florida for our 2nd Atlantic cruise back to Spain. From there we returned to London for a change of pace.

Read about our original 12 month countdown to leaving home to travel here. What needed doing, how we raised the money, what irrational thoughts went through my mind, the worries of travel with children, it’s all here.

Or read about how you can change your lives, as we have, we’re free now and loving it.

I make money from blogging, not a huge amount, but it helps. Otherwise we rely on savings.

Travel With Children is Brilliant!

Travel with children adds a whole new dimension to a trip, seeing things through children’s eyes is magical.

A lot of people find the idea of setting out into the world with a backpack a little scary. Add children to the picture and it can look impossible.

We know it’s not. We can give you some ideas and tips on the practicalities of travel with children. It’s not a picnic, you have to adapt and change your travel style to accommodate them, but it is possible, more slow travel, less rush.

Last year was our second round the world trip. That gave us an advantage, we already knew what to expect.

In our lives, we have been to 43 countries, the kids have been to a lot of those with us and we have many more to see.

If you would like to follow us around the world and see how it all turns out, please help us out by signing up for email notifications in the box on the right. Having followers directly helps us fund our travels. Maybe join our little Facebook community, too, there is lots of stuff going on over there. If you could share this with all your friends, we’ll love you forever!

What About School?

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“School” during our 6 weeks on Ko Phangan while my husband had emergency surgery.

The children don’t go to school, we’ve sorted that bit out already. Homeschooling works really well for our family. I’ve had plenty of practice and I’m in touch with some amazing homeschooling and unschooling families online, they give us loads of support. We have no plans to put the kids back into main-stream education at any point, we see travel with children as education.

How Long Before We Go Back To Normality?

We’ve been away from “home” for 16 months now and we have no plans to go back.  We can stop any time, anywhere, we have no fixed itinerary, although next year is going to be more structured than last, we have a plan. In our first year we bought a 1 way ticket to Malaysia  and just took it from there.

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So far on this trip we have been to Australia, Malaysia, Thailand, Laos, Sri Lanka, the UK, 2 Atlantic crossing cruises ,the USA, Canada, Guatemala, El Salvador,Portugal, Spain, France and Italy.

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Central Park in the polar vortex, January 2014.

Initially we planned to stay in Asia for a few years where our money would go a long, long way. We thought we could get by on $40 to $50 per day in Asia. We did, near enough, Family problems brought us to the UK for Christmas 2013. Our first cold Christmas for 7 years was fantastic! The cruise to New York was too much of a bargain to pass up, so we followed that up with a 1 month east coast road trip. After that we headed for Central America.

How did we fund the long term stuff? Extreme Budget Travel!

I haven’t worked since I became a mum and my husband doesn’t earn that much as an executive chef. We often travel as cheap as we can to keep us travelling  for extended periods without having to work, we find amazing deals and make themost of them. Find our tips on family budget travel here.

But that’s not the whole story, we mix it up, we love all kinds of travel, but to keep going for a year or more, extreme budgeting is sometimes required. We’re not talking a 2 week break here!

Staying in Asia on a tiny budget for years would have been easy, but we inadvertently made it to the UK and then the USA via a Trans-Atlantic cruise (oops!). Our budget got a lot bigger.

We saved for 12 months for this trip and we had $30,000 in the bank at the time we left. We spent all of that lump sum in our first year. You can read our cost breakdown for that year here.

We sold our furniture, car and posessions to help raise that sum, all that’s left is a few boxes. We don’t miss any of it and probably never will, it’s really liberating to be free of “stuff”.

The blog is bring in some money through advertising ( don’t hate us for running adverts) and we have a small rental income on our home in Australia.

We can give you some ideas to help you in raising the money for long-term travel. It’s hard, but it is achievable. There are tons of budgeting tools available online for free (such as Intuit’s tax estimator) that make planning a trip financially feasible.


We are, Alyson, James, D and Boo, We are World Travel Family

I always wanted to see the world. I used to travel solo and then, luckily, I met this lovely, amazing bloke with equally itchy feet. I am a Mum, I was a medical scientist in my life before kids and I am Welsh.  I met my husband through travel ( read how here, it was cool!), it’s been a big part of our lives. Having children slowed us down for a while, but once the boys were 6 and 8, we thought they were ready to start this adventure and get a lot out of it. It’s a great way for us all to get an education!

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At the chef’s restaurant in Port Douglas. Alyson, D and Boo.

We own seven British and Australian passports and we emigrated from London to live in Port Douglas, tropical  Far North Queensland, when the children were tiny. It was a big change, tropical living in Port Douglas is pretty interesting

James is a chef and an Iron Man, so we didn’t see much of him.  It was about time we did. He is Australian.

D was eight and Boo was six when we left Port Douglas, they are eight and ten now. They were both born in London, in a tiny flat in Twickenham, this is where you’ll find us at the moment. Both were homebirths, I don’t like to do anything the “normal” way.

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At the Wildlife Habitat Port Douglas

The boys will only be boys once, this is it. So we’re just going to do it.

I fished James out of the Nile while I was touring solo in Egypt in 2000, since then we have packed in, a 12 month round the world trip, the Inca trail, the Trans Siberian, an engagement at Machu Pichu a wedding in Sri Lanka, scuba diving, trekking and exploring all over the world.

Our travel style has included backpacking (tips on backpacking with kids here), luxury resorts, camping, glamping,  cruise ships, package holidays and small group adventure holidays over the years, all have a place and suit different needs and situations.You won’t find any travel snobbery here.

We have some great  travel horror stories, some will make your hair curl, yet we still have an insatiable thirst for more. Travel with children may make us adapt and change our travel style even more, stick with us and find out!

Our Exciting Plans for 2015

We’ve spent months thinking about this, thinking about what we really want. Last year our aim was to just keep going as long as possible, we only managed 12 months but it was a great year with a lot of surprises.

Next year we want to stick to a plan and do some things we really want to do. We’re going to fly to Sri Lanka in February and from there make our way up through India to Nepal and , we hope, into Bhutan and onto the Tibetan plateau. It’s a trip that will have huge variation, in climate and culture and bring some physical and mental challenges.  We adore this part of the world and we want to share it with you.

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Thanks so much for visiting, I hope I can inspire or encourage people to try long term travel, or any travel, with children, or without.  I’m just a Mum with a passion for my family, travel and education . Maybe I can put a few minds at rest, it’s not such a big scary world out there and anybody can travel extensively with children , if they want it badly enough. Did you sign up to follow our journey yet?  Thanks for reading, hope you come back soon.




  1. Wow! Your blog is such an inspiration!! I hope to travel with our kiddos someday too, so I am so glad to have found your blog! Thanks for sharing. :)

  2. Wow have just stumbled across you guys – what an adventure! Hubby and I and our two four year olds are heading off for our first backpacking adventure to Malaysia on Thursday, so I was interested to read about your travels. Just three weeks for us, though! Enjoy! I will be following with interest.

  3. Suzanne Fluhr (Just One Boomer) says:

    We’re looking forward to following along. I’d be interested in posts about how you budget as you go along. When I was growing up (many eons ago), my parents somehow found a way to fund world travel for a family of 5 on my father’s teacher’s salary which was a pittance in those days (before teachers in the US were unionized). As empty nesters, my husband and I can now afford to spend more on travel, but old habits die hard, so I feel strange spending more for a meal than we used to spend on several nights accommodation. (But, seriously, I need to get over that. There’s no sense fretting rather than enjoying an experience).

  4. Wonderful blog Alison, and inspiring to see you follow your love of traveling with your family. My gf and I are considering moving to PD, but I’ve read here that you say it’s very expensive to live as a local. Besides rent – I know the prices and our budget for that – just how expensive is it? I am a fellow traveller like you, having travelled full time for several years, and it is scary to give that all up! Big decisions, so I’m really grateful I found your blog! Thank you. Congratulations on traveling with your children, really inspiring!

    • Hello Mike, I’m so glad you found us. I can give you a few ideas,unleaded petrol was $1.55/L, diesel was about the same, when we left in June. Our 4 bed house with pool is rented at $460/ week, to buy it, you’d be looking at around $450,000. That’s less than we payed, house prices have dropped. Food is expensive to me, supermarket food is more expensive than the UK (excluding meat but we’re non meat eaters). Fresh fruit and veg is very seasonal. you can’t buy bananas every week, prices fluctuate hugely. In the wet season it can be difficult to buy anything fresh as flooding further south closes supply routes. A trip to the reef to snorkel for a family of four will be around $500, you won’t be doing that every week! A coffee in a cafe $4.50ish, Fish and chips, 1 fish $8.50-$9.50 per portion, chips $3 for a small portion. Dinner for two at a fancy restaurant over $100 depending on wine, main course about $35, starters around $16 ( my husband, the exec chef, is giving me these figures).Bottle of wine from a bottle shop $10 upward. If you have any more specific questions, shoot them at me, I’ll help as much as I can. It’s a beautiful place to live, we found managing on one salary pretty limiting, we do like to eat out and have lots of fun, we’re no good at simple living!

  5. Thanks Alyson! So helpful. It sounds like PD is almost big city prices, which is a lot for a small town! I did look at real estate for renting earlier this year and thought there were quite a few good places for fair prices – but now that it’s the main season there isn’t nearly as much available. So I guess it’s good to get a yearly rental in January or the like – when few people are interested in PD.

    My girlfriend is a yoga teacher… so either she will do retreats (with people flying in)… or work locally (which I would guess would be hard?). My business is completely online – is fast internet a problem up there? Is it only slow internet… and does it take a long time to get installed? I’ve heard Telstra can be very lazy outside the big cities!

    Thanks so much for your help, very generous of you!

    I hope you’re enjoying your travels, wherever you currently are!

    PS – My sister and Dad recently came back from London and said that for the first time they can remember (we are there every year or two) Australia is much more expensive! So maybe it’s not just PD. The changing AUD has had a big impact on prices I think

    • We had good internet in Port Douglas Mike, we had 120GB/month $90 with Telstra. My husband thinks they connected it the next day.It cuts out occasionally in bad weather, but on the whole, good. There are a lot of yoga teachers in Port Douglas already, including on the beach, in the park etc. It may be tough to find enough clients, but obviously, I’m no expert. And yes, you’d probably do better searching for a place in the wet season availability wise, husband thinks prices remain fairly constant year round but there is always a slight under supply of rental properties. ( there are a lot of sharks in Port Douglas, most of them in real estate). It’s an upmarket sort of place, you pay upmarket prices. On the bonus side,living in Port Douglas gives you local discounts for attractions, some shops and restaurants.
      We’re in Laos, and yes, we’re having a lovely time travelling with the kids, thanks!

  6. Thanks Alyson, very useful! Laos sounds wonderful. I stayed on the Thai-Laos border for a month, working on a book. Such a beautiful area! I appreciate your brilliant help! Enjoy Laos!

  7. love this page. you are amazing! sooo proud of you dear. gabi
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  8. My partner and I just finished our RTW trip back in August. We are having serious withdrawal! Oddly enough, we were just talking about how amazing it will be to take our (future) kids with us on a trip one day! Glad there are others out there who feel the same!

    PS- LOVED Port Douglas. We were there to dive back in April!

    Have fun!
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  9. Stumbled across your blog Alyson and loving it. What an adventure your family is having. We started travelling with our two kids a few years ago but only a few weeks at a time. So far Vietnam, Bali, Java, Borneo, Kuala Lumpa and just recently Laos and Cambodia. Our kids are now 12 & 9 and becoming quite the seasoned travellers. Neither hubby or I had a chance to travel overseas BC (Before kids) but being able to do it now with our kids in tow is fantastic. I love being able to share the whole travel thing with my family! Shared memories are the best. With our oldest heading into high school next year extended travel isn’t an option for us but there’s always the 8 week Christmas school holiday period to make the most of. For something completely different to our Asia travels, we’re planning to do Dubai, Abu Dhabi and a self drive camping trip through Oman. In the meantime I’m looking forward to travelling vicariously through your blog. Happy and safe travels.

  10. Hello there! Have been following your blog for the past little while and really enjoying it, thank you for sharing your adventures. We are also homeschooling expats/ adventure travel family, I am English, husband Scottish and we live in Kuala Lumpur with our 4 kids. Planning on being here for the next little while and traveling round se Asia having just done a year in Perth,wa. We have done similar things to you in the past, and I love hearing about kindred spirits! Keep it up and maybe our paths will cross …:)))

  11. Nice to learn about you and your family Alyson. I have three, two the same age as yours so I get it. At present we are living on less than AUS$40/day for the five of us. Super budget in Laos.

    Good journey.
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  12. Love the blog. We haven’t done anything as adventurous as yourselves yet but hope to one day. Look forward to reading about your adventures.

  13. Alyson I think you guys are great. I can’t wait to meet up with you one of these days. I follow your blog posts, but thought I would finally check out your “About” page. I know, I know I should be slapped for not having done that several months ago. Keep up the great stories!
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  14. Hello Alyson,
    I am supposed to finish a paper on canonical law (yes …) but I just don’t feel like it – so thanks for this post of the Ella Gap Temple and you telling us there’s an icy drizzle dripping on your head. The weather is cold here in the Alsace (east of france) but we have a clear blue sky and lots of light today. I just decided to hang the Advent’s calendar on the wall and the Advent Wreath on the door … and I just may go out and buy some candles, so as to fit the upcoming “Christmas atmosphere”. Gives you something to look forward too while you’re on your trip to Kandy!
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  15. wow alyson this is great!

  16. Hi Alyson,
    I’m not sure if you do awards n’ stuff but I nevertheless, just wanted to give you a head’s up that I’ve nominated you for the Dragon’s Loyalty Award. I’ve also written a few words about you and your blog. Feel free to take a look.
    ‘Hope you like it?
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  17. Hi there! So pleased to have found your site. I am from Malaysia, a total believer of travel in education and we intend to start traveling further and further starting with Europe this year. We won’t be doing all our traveling all at one go though but breaking it up into bits and bobs every year. We will get there eventually! I hope!

  18. I have been driving my husband crazy reading him your blog! I wish we would have traveled out of the country more when the kids were young and I was homeschooling. I did drag them all over the USA. Now that they are older they have personal goals that keep us homebound (1 in University and three extremely competitive athletes).
    I feel I have found a kindred spirit in your writings. I have used vacationstogo for 3 cruises now. And skyscanner is my favorite app of all time! Please send me an email if you ever need any help with travels in the US. I am excited to hear all about your adventures!

  19. Melissa Swenson says:

    We are a like minded family! We have been traveling with our children since the first one turned 7 months old. So far, we’ve only gone for 3-4 week stints, but we are saving up and plan to sell everything two years from now to start our own adventure around the world with no definite plans to return to the U.S. Will definitely be looking to your blog for further information and suggestions. I finally started working on our own travel blog. Slowly piecing together our tips and suggestions as well. I’m excited to read more about your travels and tips. It’s so hard to find information about traveling to some of the far reaches of the world with children!

    • Good on you Melissa! You know what, having kids with you makes very little difference. Maybe we’re more cautious and it’s certainly hitting us harder in the pocket, but otherwise, same same.

  20. wow a great inspiration.. I have had the bug since a child thanks to an Uncle… Am planning RTW trip with my daughter in a couple of years…maybe sooner… we do stints of a couple of wks within Ausland , Japan, SE Asia (where I lived for a good part of 3yrs). Great to see others like minded thanks for the inspiration and look forward to your next blog …ps we are in Cairns and have had plenty of rain x

  21. Trace says:

    WOW!!! I am sitting here in tears, this is so wonderful, never would have thought of it till I read your blog, thank, thank, so hope that we can be brave enough to do this someday, safe and wonderful travels to you and your kin.

  22. I love the idea of traveling with my kids. I work in the travel industry yet somehow as I have kids I dont go anywhere. I need to work on the hubby to do this!! I love it, thank you for sharing and being an inspiration to those too scared to do what you have done (aka me).

  23. Great blog! Thanks a lot for connecting with us on Google+, Alyson! Keep up the great work and travel safe!
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  24. I have been following your blog the past 6 months (feel like a stalker sometimes given how often I log on!) and can I say how useful and inspiring I have found it all! Through your site, I managed to find other like minded families as well, which has been inspiring as well…but I tend to find your site super useful in terms of finding out all the practical(And cheap!) ways to travel, places to stay, homeschooling children etc. My husband and I and our two kids(aged 6 and 9) are setting off on a 6 month road trip, driving from England(live here 10 years) to Bangladesh(where we are from). In my ‘real world’ I don’t know anyone who has done it with children, so reading your blogs and updates really helps to ground our own beliefs that it is possible! We were due to set off in 3 weeks but due to circumstances(our daughter has some health issues) we are now setting off October 25th. I have started a website http://selimfamily.wordpress.com/ but am the most unsaavy tech person ever, probably can take lessons from your sons! If you want to visit up north while you are in England, would love to host you, we live in Sheffield. Thank you for all that you share with the world about your travels and experiences!

    • OMGosh that sounds AMAZING! I’ve always wanted to drive, or walk, or bike to India, just something overland, but it’s a tricky route, I’d love to know which way you’re going. We’ve been to Bangladesh, briefly, but we’ve been! Good luck and well done for being awesome!

      • Thank you :-) We have the route on the website if you want more details http://selimfamily.wordpress.com/2014/03/17/tentative-itinerary/ (still working out how to put map on this page, rather than the link!), but as we grow more confident about doing it for much longer, we are changing it a bit, taking ferry from England to Spain(£259 for all of us, you gave me that idea!) and going down from Spain to Morocco by ferry, then Algiers/Morocco to Italy by ferry as well. Then all land until Iran. From there there is ferry from Bandar Abbas to Dubai. Still stuck on how we will get from Dubai to India (car can be shipped there) we might have to fly that bit, unless can afford a cruise(unlikely). And then onwards from India to Bangladesh! We have a rookie trip this summer 3 weeks http://selimfamily.wordpress.com/2014/06/12/rookie-road-trip/ that will be useful in seeing how we do with budget/camping/packing/what works and doesn’t. Will be going through your helpful ‘what to take’ info a lot more as the trip gets closer!
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  25. Magali says:

    Hi Alyson, We are a French family who has decided to come live in Australia to show a different life style to our children. We now think it is time to go further and go on the road. We live in Brisbane at the moment and I’m finishing my studies next year so during this time we are going to think and prepare. We are not attached to material stuff and our kids have done home schooling before so no worries on that side. The only thing I’m worried about is dangerous animals encounters. The other thing is our kids have autism, asthma ans anaphylaxis, so need some thinking around that. Thank you for your blog, I have been on it for ours and can;t get enough….

  26. Honor says:

    Hi there
    I’ve just had a thorough look at your blog and it’s been really helpful. Thank you!
    We are currently travelling (left the UK 2 months ago) in the USA, about to head into Canada. We have 3 children with us aged 10,8 and 4 and are away for 17 months. We are heading to Mexico, Guatemala, NZ, Oz, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand and Ethiopia. Not too dissimilar from yourselves. Weirdly enough my husband also hopes to complete an ironman, we also were engaged at Macchu Pichu, and did the Trans Siberian rail route for our honeymoon travels in winter. We are ‘homeschooling’ in an ‘unschooling’ way as well … It seems to have happened fairly naturally! The girls have learnt so much in the states from the national parks alone- the junior ranger program has been fantastic.
    I do have a question for you. I’m a worrier and need some reassurance before going into Guatemala. The reports of violent crime have me scared. I have found a fantastic language school there where we are keen to stay in San Pedro. Really I’d love for us all to be there for 6 weeks. I feel gutted at the idea of not going there, but don’t want to out the girls at risk either. Do you have any words of reassurance, having been there?? I’d love to hear more about your time on Lake Atitlan, and how you got there.
    Many many thanks for any help … I hope life in London goes well. I guess the learning ops for home schooling there are many!

  27. Tanya says:

    Hi guys, reading your blog with fascination. My husband and I have always travelled and have enjoyed our trips with each child as they have come along – we now have three but have travelled with children since our oldest was 12 months old. Usually we stick mostly to Asia to get more bang for your buck and we find the culture completely welcoming and accommodating to children and families. We are off in 3 weeks for a 6 week journey from Vancouver to Los Angeles and so excited. If you have any tips of not to miss places or budget savers for this it would be great. Keep blogging love it!

    • Hi Tanya, good luck with your trip, sounds great and thanks for commenting. We haven’t done the w coast since before the kids were born, but some of our posts from our E coast road trip, we did Canada to the Keys, would apply. Try our USA section.

  28. Lieschen says:

    Hi Alyson, I am soo pleased to have ‘stumbled’ onto your blog! Just wanted to say ‘hi’ and now I am going to go exploring on your site! :) Travelling with children is such a desire I/we have – we are also homeschoolers – (currently living on the Scottish Borders), but the budgeting is always an issue (how on earth do you stay within budget!! LOL) and also lack of guts to just DO it! There is more to life, right?!
    Take care and thank you for sharing your adventures with us!

  29. Marah Howles says:

    Wow! your family is such an inspiration. My family always wanted to explore the world, and I was encouraged to start planning as I peruse your blog. Thanks!

  30. Looking forward to following along on your adventures! :)

  31. We’ll be flying to RSA at the same period … though only for 16 days (our shortest holiday EVER)! We’ll follow you from down there on your travels to Sri Lanka.
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  32. Hi, just reading your blog….we have just returned from 20 months travel with our two kids to start school…but I’m wondering whether we needed to!! W are finding it hard to settle in, after so much family time together…and. Work, school etc taking so much of the precious family time! W hope we can get ourselves financially independent agin to start the travels again!

  33. Hi Alyson and family;
    What a great blog. Kudos to you for living your dreams! We too are a family that loves travel. We don’t know any travelling families in our lives except for those like you guys on the internet. Great to know you are all out there.
    Wishing you every success for your 2015 project – sounds amazing!!

  34. Fabulous blog! We have four young children and planning a v short six week stint from Dublin to new Zealand in 2015. Know its a hard question but where wld be top places you’d recommend? Thank you so much

    • Now that would depend on your flights and where they stop Anna. Our London-Sri Lanka-KL flight was a bargain and gave us a month in Sri Lanka. I’d highly recommend Bangkok. If you end up in KL you can go anywhere, cheaply with Air Asia, that’s their main hub. Shoot me an email if you want more help, I can’t do it here, good luck!

  35. Very nice…..and keep going. We set off on a 2 year journey around the world and just celebrated our 6 year travel anniversary last week.

    Cheers from our Unstoppable Family to yours…
    Brian, Rhonda & Hanalei Swan
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  36. Just stumbled across your blog while looking for tips travelling to Sri Lanka with kids. Your most blog regarding your most recent trip to Sri Lanka is refreshing and has made us very excited for our trip. I live in Saudi Arabia with my husband and two children 4 and almost 2. We travel the world with our children as well and love it. This will be our first time in Sri Lanka and we are stoked

  37. Interesting blog post. I learned so much about budget and how to plan long term traveling with kids. Thanks so much for sharing

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