Family Travel

We are the same. All of us. Our desires. Our fears. We love our children. We worry for them. We want them safe at all times. And sometimes that desire to protect becomes so overwhelming that we forget that on the other side of the world there is a mother trying to do exactly the same with a completely opposite package of information or access.

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One way or another though, this has to be handled . The rat's nest isn't the same without her.

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The news is grim. Fear of travel is high. There are bad people out there.
You should still go.

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At some museums you get to look at dinosaurs. At the Royal Tyrrell Museum you can dig for them. Cameron Davis, 9, shares his experience on a "Dig" in Drumheller, Alberta.

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I have no qualms about taking the kids out of school to travel and when they are out of school I also have no qualms about keeping the education going. Want to use your next vacation as a way of keeping the learning top of mind? Here are three tips:

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Dinosaur Provincial Park is probably the best place in the world to go to if you want to find real dinosaur bones. I went with my family this summer and learned a lot.

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Gorilla tracking Rwanda

This is going to take more than the moments I have now to share properly but while I'm here I feel the need to share something now.

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