Our Worldschooling is vacation based only but we try to kind of get off the beaten path and not do your typical all inclusive or cruise type vacations. So we’ve been lucky enough to take our kids through Central America and started South America over to Asia, a little bit of Europe but haven’t done much there yet. for family of five plane tickets can be quite expensive. But also even just being at home, when we can’t be out is introducing our children to different types of food. Like for dinner, I’ll make something , that’s Based on Belize, or, a nice Israeli dinner consisting of hommas and things like that, and Israeli salad, which is not the same as our salad and you know, really try to introduce, like, Thai food or Chinese food that I cook, not from takeout. So to me that helps them to learn that other cultures, make foods with different spices, so , then we can have a discussion around that. And then also books, books are really important in my family. So my youngest son just finished reading about the Myan and Incin and Aztec cultures, an age appropriate book. But that was his reading for a class project, which I thought was really interesting that he took that upon himself. He was like, Oh, I really want to learn more about the Incin and Myans and we thought great, we’ll find you a book. So Some of thet also is some things we can bring into the house because we can’t travel full time.
So we get away about four, maybe sometimes five times a year, whether it’s for a long weekend, or even longer. We just did an extended family vacation to Peru in December, and that was really epic and wonderful. but we in the past have actually gone away for three weeks, three and a half weeks at a time, which was really wonderful. My husband just changed his job. So his availability is not so great. And I basically, told my current employer that I travel and if you’re gonna keep me from doing that. I can’t be a part of this organization, I will do my work and I’ll do it diligently. But when it comes time to travel, I travel. So I would say, right now, we’re fortunate enough to still be able to go away for two weeks chunk, I don’t forsee the three or four week chunk anytime soon just because of my husband’s new job. But also with the kids schedule, this tends to screw us up a little bit too. As they become more involved in activities. It’s really a problem. so we’ve done three and a half weeks before, but now it’s about two weeks, sometimes a week here, or even a long weekend. Like I said,