Another entry for TinyTravellers series coming from Clara, Expat Partner Survival Guide. I love this piece ! It shows exactly what I meant by saying that travelling makes kids more open minded, they learn to see deeper through the usual staples our society uses to describe people. Thank you, Clara!
Yes I know taking children overseas is hard work. I’ve wrangled with the miniscule changing tables in airplanes. I’ve dealt with the most horrendous nappies known to mankind at 30,000 feet. I’ve also worried about malaria and sunburn and heat rash and food poisoning. Oh yes and I have dealt with the tantrums from hell while trying not to miss a plane.
Granted, much of the travel we have done with the kiddies has been sort of forced upon us – either to get to my husband’s place of work, or to escape from it before we went insane. But even if our life didn’t involve moving abroad for work, I still think we’d be taking our children to other countries as often as we could afford. Let me tell you why.
First there was Pakistan
When my eldest daughter was nearly three, and the baby not yet seven-months-old, we…
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