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From three years in Peru with kids to one year of family travel around the world. We're talking to the Cannon family today from Myanmar. We talk travel gear, education on the road and much more.
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From Three Years in Peru with Kids to One Year of Family Travel
Meet Aaron and Melania Cannon from Manitoba, Canada. After three years living and working in Peru with kids, they left South America for one year of family travel. IN this Epic Education Radio interview, we discuss travel habits, homeschooling resources, tips on money management and travel with teens and tweens. Travel gear, favorite destinations, and insight into travel in Myanmar with kids are also covered.
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IN THIS EPISODE
- 01:57 Intro
- 04:01 Habits and routines
- 07:06 Homeschooling resources
- 17:20 Travel with teens
- 19:46 How they handle allowance
- 22:35 How they pay for travel
- 27:20 How they budget & manage their money on the road
- 30:53 Myanmar
- 43:38 Travel Gear
- 52:55 Renault
- 1:00:01 Favorite destinations thus far
- Names: Aaron and Melania Cannon and their kids,
- Hold passports from: Canada
- Type of travel: Living abroad (Peru), one year of full-time travel
- A few places they've been: Malawi, South Africa, Botswana, Turkey, Myanmar, Vietnam, Taiwan, Romania & Bulgaria, and all over Europe
IN THEIR BAGS
- Mountain Equipment Coop backpacks
- Fleece sleeping bag liner
- 17" Lenovo Thinkpad
- 2 HP Stream Laptops
- 2 e-Readers: 1 Kobo & 1 Kindle
- 3 Samsung tablets
- An old Blackberry (to log expenses)
- 1 Canon point & shoot camera
- 1 External hard drive
- Arduino Kit
- Baby Taylor Guitar
LINKS & RESOURCES
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