"I'm not even sure we tapped our insurance for that." #tbt to this fun day! Maybe we can visit your country, city, or village??
Thankful for 2016 and planning our travel itinerary for 2017. /// #family #bucketlist #explore #wanderlust #adventure #travel #vlog /// @beautifuldestinations @theglobewanderer @lonelyplanet @vacationwolf @natgeotravel @settie4444 @manillagee A post shared by The Bucket List Family (@thebucketlistfamily) on Garrett says their kids have enjoyed trying new foods and exploring new cultures.
Even in a more remote area of Nepal, Garrett says the kids were in good hands, and the cost of the ER visit wasn't hard on their wallets.
"Both of those emergency room trips ended up costing around 0," he said.
But they now make enough money as a traveling family, working with brands and companies through their social media accounts, to extend their travels. "So we would spend the majority of the day disconnected from phones and enjoying our family adventures, conversations, and you know, old-fashioned good stuff." When they're on Wi-Fi at a hotel or temporary rental, they stay in touch with friends and family members using Skype, Facetime or Google Hangouts.
"It's this community effort to pick a family and send them somewhere incredible." 1st surf lessons for @manillagee /// #family #bucketlist #surf #travel #cali #california #adventure /// @airbnb @albumsurf @minnowswim @punkerpat @visitnewportbeach @garrettgee @thebucketlistfamily A post shared by The Bucket List Family (@thebucketlistfamily) on Jessica, 30, says she made the mistake early in their travels of packing everything they might need, including a double stroller and extra clothes and towels. The family still carries a small travel stroller that folds down and fits in the overhead compartment, but for most other things they'll buy or rent it once they get there.
If you let them be high maintenance, they'll be high maintenance." Without the option of Cheerios or Lucky Charms, the kids have tried new dishes like udon noodles in Kyoto and fried bananas in Thailand.
"We have a family rule that if there's something new, you always have to try it," Garrett said.
Jessica says Dorothy has actually thrived with fewer toys. Family bag with kids clothes, toiletries, health supplements, and a blender.
"It mostly just means she is spending more time outside playing in the water or collecting sea shells or finding little bugs or animals," she added. Guys, is it kinda crazy that this picture is everything we own!!? Outside of a couple boxes of photo albums and journals at our parents house, this is it! Happy travels alls /// #family #adventure #aroundtheworld #travelvlog #minimalist #minimalism #travelinspo /// @brodyvan23 @caraloren @luxuryretreats @turksandcaicos @pelicanproducts @3drobotics A post shared by The Bucket List Family (@thebucketlistfamily) on When the Gees first hit the road, they agreed to a tight travel budget. Instead, the Gees use their i Phones when they have access to Wi-Fi.
I saw this picture from the market yesterday and it just made me super proud of both of them. They've learned to eat food from all sorts of new cultures.