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by Tsh Oxenreider

Tsh is the founder of this blog and is currently traveling around the world with her husband and 3 kids. Her latest book is Notes From a Blue Bike, and believes a passport is one of the world's greatest textbooks.

The Art of Simple Podcast, episode 81: traveling with kids

#81: Round-the-world family travel – your questions answered! (part 2)

We’re back in the States, slowly, slowly, sloooowy readjusting. We laugh at the to-do list in front of us. But that doesn’t mean we want to stop talking about our travels—far from it. So, here’s part two of our travel-related series, where we answer your questions about traveling with kids around the world!

We recorded this one in London, one of our all-time favorite cities. We’d live there if it weren’t so beastly expensive.

(If you’re reading this via email, head here to listen to the episode.)

Show Notes

Episode 80, our first podcast in this travel series
Airbnb
HomeAway
Booking.com
Hotels.com
DriveNow, our campervan rental service in New Zealand
Visa information for Americans traveling abroad
T-Mobile international coverage

The Art of Simple Podcast, episode 81: round-the-world travel with kids!

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