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During their visit to Europe, the family went to Tallinn, Estonia. AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND: THIS FAMILY-OF-FOUR packed up their lives to go on the road but faced backlash after taking their children out of school, despite their teachers admitting they???ll learn more from seeing the world for themselves. Freelance content writer and sales operations manager, Kylie Gibbon (45) and Mike Gibbon (43) from Auckland, New Zealand, spent much of their earlier years together travelling through Europe, South America and Africa, but their corporate jobs were their priority. When the couple welcomed their children, Sophie (9) and Jack (7), they knew they wanted to one day continue travelling as a family. Unfortunately, Kylie and Mike???s intense jobs required much of their time and by 2015 they felt burned out by their careers. This led the couple to discuss a change of lifestyle and they decided that there was no reason to put off travelling again. So, in 2016 they quit their jobs and rented out their house before spending the next eight months in Asia and Europe. They visited Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand and Bali, before heading to the UK, Belgium, France, Croatia and Germany. Kylie and Mike have travelled to an impressive 57 countries, while their children have already ticked off 35 countries themselves. Kylie and Mike home-school their children while travelling for four hours a day and five days a week, using an online curriculum, but they admit that lessons such as history and art can be taken care of by getting themselves out and witnessing historical sites for themselves. While travelling, budgeting it an important factor and the family has managed to stick to a budget of roughly ?L50 a day for all four of them. Kylie and Mike share their travels on Instagram, @ouroverseasadventures to encourage others to take the leap and travel, showing that there is no right or wrong age to travel and learning in a conventional school setting isn???t the only method of educating. mediadr
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Visiting An Bang Beach. AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND: THIS FAMILY-OF-FOUR packed up their lives to go on the road but faced backlash after taking their children out of school, despite their teachers admitting they???ll learn more from seeing the world for themselves. Freelance content writer and sales operations manager, Kylie Gibbon (45) and Mike Gibbon (43) from Auckland, New Zealand, spent much of their earlier years together travelling through Europe, South America and Africa, but their corporate jobs were their priority. When the couple welcomed their children, Sophie (9) and Jack (7), they knew they wanted to one day continue travelling as a family. Unfortunately, Kylie and Mike???s intense jobs required much of their time and by 2015 they felt burned out by their careers. This led the couple to discuss a change of lifestyle and they decided that there was no reason to put off travelling again. So, in 2016 they quit their jobs and rented out their house before spending the next eight months in Asia and Europe. They visited Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand and Bali, before heading to the UK, Belgium, France, Croatia and Germany. Kylie and Mike have travelled to an impressive 57 countries, while their children have already ticked off 35 countries themselves. Kylie and Mike home-school their children while travelling for four hours a day and five days a week, using an online curriculum, but they admit that lessons such as history and art can be taken care of by getting themselves out and witnessing historical sites for themselves. While travelling, budgeting it an important factor and the family has managed to stick to a budget of roughly ?L50 a day for all four of them. Kylie and Mike share their travels on Instagram, @ouroverseasadventures to encourage others to take the leap and travel, showing that there is no right or wrong age to travel and learning in a conventional school setting isn???t the only method of educating. mediadrumworld.com / @ouroverseasadventures
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The family sailing in Langkawi. AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND: THIS FAMILY-OF-FOUR packed up their lives to go on the road but faced backlash after taking their children out of school, despite their teachers admitting they???ll learn more from seeing the world for themselves. Freelance content writer and sales operations manager, Kylie Gibbon (45) and Mike Gibbon (43) from Auckland, New Zealand, spent much of their earlier years together travelling through Europe, South America and Africa, but their corporate jobs were their priority. When the couple welcomed their children, Sophie (9) and Jack (7), they knew they wanted to one day continue travelling as a family. Unfortunately, Kylie and Mike???s intense jobs required much of their time and by 2015 they felt burned out by their careers. This led the couple to discuss a change of lifestyle and they decided that there was no reason to put off travelling again. So, in 2016 they quit their jobs and rented out their house before spending the next eight months in Asia and Europe. They visited Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand and Bali, before heading to the UK, Belgium, France, Croatia and Germany. Kylie and Mike have travelled to an impressive 57 countries, while their children have already ticked off 35 countries themselves. Kylie and Mike home-school their children while travelling for four hours a day and five days a week, using an online curriculum, but they admit that lessons such as history and art can be taken care of by getting themselves out and witnessing historical sites for themselves. While travelling, budgeting it an important factor and the family has managed to stick to a budget of roughly ?L50 a day for all four of them. Kylie and Mike share their travels on Instagram, @ouroverseasadventures to encourage others to take the leap and travel, showing that there is no right or wrong age to travel and learning in a conventional school setting isn???t the only method of educating. mediadrumworld.com / @ouroverseasadventure
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Visting the Tasman Glacier. AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND: THIS FAMILY-OF-FOUR packed up their lives to go on the road but faced backlash after taking their children out of school, despite their teachers admitting they???ll learn more from seeing the world for themselves. Freelance content writer and sales operations manager, Kylie Gibbon (45) and Mike Gibbon (43) from Auckland, New Zealand, spent much of their earlier years together travelling through Europe, South America and Africa, but their corporate jobs were their priority. When the couple welcomed their children, Sophie (9) and Jack (7), they knew they wanted to one day continue travelling as a family. Unfortunately, Kylie and Mike???s intense jobs required much of their time and by 2015 they felt burned out by their careers. This led the couple to discuss a change of lifestyle and they decided that there was no reason to put off travelling again. So, in 2016 they quit their jobs and rented out their house before spending the next eight months in Asia and Europe. They visited Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand and Bali, before heading to the UK, Belgium, France, Croatia and Germany. Kylie and Mike have travelled to an impressive 57 countries, while their children have already ticked off 35 countries themselves. Kylie and Mike home-school their children while travelling for four hours a day and five days a week, using an online curriculum, but they admit that lessons such as history and art can be taken care of by getting themselves out and witnessing historical sites for themselves. While travelling, budgeting it an important factor and the family has managed to stick to a budget of roughly ?L50 a day for all four of them. Kylie and Mike share their travels on Instagram, @ouroverseasadventures to encourage others to take the leap and travel, showing that there is no right or wrong age to travel and learning in a conventional school setting isn???t the only method of educating. mediadrumworld.com / @ouroverseasadventures
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Sophie pictured at Taroko National Park. AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND: THIS FAMILY-OF-FOUR packed up their lives to go on the road but faced backlash after taking their children out of school, despite their teachers admitting they???ll learn more from seeing the world for themselves. Freelance content writer and sales operations manager, Kylie Gibbon (45) and Mike Gibbon (43) from Auckland, New Zealand, spent much of their earlier years together travelling through Europe, South America and Africa, but their corporate jobs were their priority. When the couple welcomed their children, Sophie (9) and Jack (7), they knew they wanted to one day continue travelling as a family. Unfortunately, Kylie and Mike???s intense jobs required much of their time and by 2015 they felt burned out by their careers. This led the couple to discuss a change of lifestyle and they decided that there was no reason to put off travelling again. So, in 2016 they quit their jobs and rented out their house before spending the next eight months in Asia and Europe. They visited Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand and Bali, before heading to the UK, Belgium, France, Croatia and Germany. Kylie and Mike have travelled to an impressive 57 countries, while their children have already ticked off 35 countries themselves. Kylie and Mike home-school their children while travelling for four hours a day and five days a week, using an online curriculum, but they admit that lessons such as history and art can be taken care of by getting themselves out and witnessing historical sites for themselves. While travelling, budgeting it an important factor and the family has managed to stick to a budget of roughly ?L50 a day for all four of them. Kylie and Mike share their travels on Instagram, @ouroverseasadventures to encourage others to take the leap and travel, showing that there is no right or wrong age to travel and learning in a conventional school setting isn???t the only method of educating. mediadrumworld.com / @ouroverseas
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Kylie with the children in Nuwara Eliya. AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND: THIS FAMILY-OF-FOUR packed up their lives to go on the road but faced backlash after taking their children out of school, despite their teachers admitting they???ll learn more from seeing the world for themselves. Freelance content writer and sales operations manager, Kylie Gibbon (45) and Mike Gibbon (43) from Auckland, New Zealand, spent much of their earlier years together travelling through Europe, South America and Africa, but their corporate jobs were their priority. When the couple welcomed their children, Sophie (9) and Jack (7), they knew they wanted to one day continue travelling as a family. Unfortunately, Kylie and Mike???s intense jobs required much of their time and by 2015 they felt burned out by their careers. This led the couple to discuss a change of lifestyle and they decided that there was no reason to put off travelling again. So, in 2016 they quit their jobs and rented out their house before spending the next eight months in Asia and Europe. They visited Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand and Bali, before heading to the UK, Belgium, France, Croatia and Germany. Kylie and Mike have travelled to an impressive 57 countries, while their children have already ticked off 35 countries themselves. Kylie and Mike home-school their children while travelling for four hours a day and five days a week, using an online curriculum, but they admit that lessons such as history and art can be taken care of by getting themselves out and witnessing historical sites for themselves. While travelling, budgeting it an important factor and the family has managed to stick to a budget of roughly ?L50 a day for all four of them. Kylie and Mike share their travels on Instagram, @ouroverseasadventures to encourage others to take the leap and travel, showing that there is no right or wrong age to travel and learning in a conventional school setting isn???t the only method of educating. mediadrumworld.com / @ouroverseas
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The family taking a day trip to Franz Josef, New Zealand, before setting off in January 2019. AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND: THIS FAMILY-OF-FOUR packed up their lives to go on the road but faced backlash after taking their children out of school, despite their teachers admitting they???ll learn more from seeing the world for themselves. Freelance content writer and sales operations manager, Kylie Gibbon (45) and Mike Gibbon (43) from Auckland, New Zealand, spent much of their earlier years together travelling through Europe, South America and Africa, but their corporate jobs were their priority. When the couple welcomed their children, Sophie (9) and Jack (7), they knew they wanted to one day continue travelling as a family. Unfortunately, Kylie and Mike???s intense jobs required much of their time and by 2015 they felt burned out by their careers. This led the couple to discuss a change of lifestyle and they decided that there was no reason to put off travelling again. So, in 2016 they quit their jobs and rented out their house before spending the next eight months in Asia and Europe. They visited Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand and Bali, before heading to the UK, Belgium, France, Croatia and Germany. Kylie and Mike have travelled to an impressive 57 countries, while their children have already ticked off 35 countries themselves. Kylie and Mike home-school their children while travelling for four hours a day and five days a week, using an online curriculum, but they admit that lessons such as history and art can be taken care of by getting themselves out and witnessing historical sites for themselves. While travelling, budgeting it an important factor and the family has managed to stick to a budget of roughly ?L50 a day for all four of them. Kylie and Mike share their travels on Instagram, @ouroverseasadventures to encourage others to take the leap and travel, showing that there is no right or wrong age to travel and learning in a conventional school setting isn???t the only m
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Sophie and Jack at Phu Quoc Island, Vietnam. AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND: THIS FAMILY-OF-FOUR packed up their lives to go on the road but faced backlash after taking their children out of school, despite their teachers admitting they???ll learn more from seeing the world for themselves. Freelance content writer and sales operations manager, Kylie Gibbon (45) and Mike Gibbon (43) from Auckland, New Zealand, spent much of their earlier years together travelling through Europe, South America and Africa, but their corporate jobs were their priority. When the couple welcomed their children, Sophie (9) and Jack (7), they knew they wanted to one day continue travelling as a family. Unfortunately, Kylie and Mike???s intense jobs required much of their time and by 2015 they felt burned out by their careers. This led the couple to discuss a change of lifestyle and they decided that there was no reason to put off travelling again. So, in 2016 they quit their jobs and rented out their house before spending the next eight months in Asia and Europe. They visited Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand and Bali, before heading to the UK, Belgium, France, Croatia and Germany. Kylie and Mike have travelled to an impressive 57 countries, while their children have already ticked off 35 countries themselves. Kylie and Mike home-school their children while travelling for four hours a day and five days a week, using an online curriculum, but they admit that lessons such as history and art can be taken care of by getting themselves out and witnessing historical sites for themselves. While travelling, budgeting it an important factor and the family has managed to stick to a budget of roughly ?L50 a day for all four of them. Kylie and Mike share their travels on Instagram, @ouroverseasadventures to encourage others to take the leap and travel, showing that there is no right or wrong age to travel and learning in a conventional school setting isn???t the only method of educating. mediadrumworld.com / @ourover
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Kylie, Mike, Sophie and Jack at Taimali, T'Ai-Wan, Taiwan. AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND: THIS FAMILY-OF-FOUR packed up their lives to go on the road but faced backlash after taking their children out of school, despite their teachers admitting they???ll learn more from seeing the world for themselves. Freelance content writer and sales operations manager, Kylie Gibbon (45) and Mike Gibbon (43) from Auckland, New Zealand, spent much of their earlier years together travelling through Europe, South America and Africa, but their corporate jobs were their priority. When the couple welcomed their children, Sophie (9) and Jack (7), they knew they wanted to one day continue travelling as a family. Unfortunately, Kylie and Mike???s intense jobs required much of their time and by 2015 they felt burned out by their careers. This led the couple to discuss a change of lifestyle and they decided that there was no reason to put off travelling again. So, in 2016 they quit their jobs and rented out their house before spending the next eight months in Asia and Europe. They visited Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand and Bali, before heading to the UK, Belgium, France, Croatia and Germany. Kylie and Mike have travelled to an impressive 57 countries, while their children have already ticked off 35 countries themselves. Kylie and Mike home-school their children while travelling for four hours a day and five days a week, using an online curriculum, but they admit that lessons such as history and art can be taken care of by getting themselves out and witnessing historical sites for themselves. While travelling, budgeting it an important factor and the family has managed to stick to a budget of roughly ?L50 a day for all four of them. Kylie and Mike share their travels on Instagram, @ouroverseasadventures to encourage others to take the leap and travel, showing that there is no right or wrong age to travel and learning in a conventional school setting isn???t the only method of educating. mediadrumworld.
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Sophie enjoying Shilin Night Market in Taiwan. AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND: THIS FAMILY-OF-FOUR packed up their lives to go on the road but faced backlash after taking their children out of school, despite their teachers admitting they???ll learn more from seeing the world for themselves. Freelance content writer and sales operations manager, Kylie Gibbon (45) and Mike Gibbon (43) from Auckland, New Zealand, spent much of their earlier years together travelling through Europe, South America and Africa, but their corporate jobs were their priority. When the couple welcomed their children, Sophie (9) and Jack (7), they knew they wanted to one day continue travelling as a family. Unfortunately, Kylie and Mike???s intense jobs required much of their time and by 2015 they felt burned out by their careers. This led the couple to discuss a change of lifestyle and they decided that there was no reason to put off travelling again. So, in 2016 they quit their jobs and rented out their house before spending the next eight months in Asia and Europe. They visited Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand and Bali, before heading to the UK, Belgium, France, Croatia and Germany. Kylie and Mike have travelled to an impressive 57 countries, while their children have already ticked off 35 countries themselves. Kylie and Mike home-school their children while travelling for four hours a day and five days a week, using an online curriculum, but they admit that lessons such as history and art can be taken care of by getting themselves out and witnessing historical sites for themselves. While travelling, budgeting it an important factor and the family has managed to stick to a budget of roughly ?L50 a day for all four of them. Kylie and Mike share their travels on Instagram, @ouroverseasadventures to encourage others to take the leap and travel, showing that there is no right or wrong age to travel and learning in a conventional school setting isn???t the only method of educating. mediadrumworld.com / @ourov
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The family of four pictured together at Rainbow Village, Taichung. AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND: THIS FAMILY-OF-FOUR packed up their lives to go on the road but faced backlash after taking their children out of school, despite their teachers admitting they???ll learn more from seeing the world for themselves. Freelance content writer and sales operations manager, Kylie Gibbon (45) and Mike Gibbon (43) from Auckland, New Zealand, spent much of their earlier years together travelling through Europe, South America and Africa, but their corporate jobs were their priority. When the couple welcomed their children, Sophie (9) and Jack (7), they knew they wanted to one day continue travelling as a family. Unfortunately, Kylie and Mike???s intense jobs required much of their time and by 2015 they felt burned out by their careers. This led the couple to discuss a change of lifestyle and they decided that there was no reason to put off travelling again. So, in 2016 they quit their jobs and rented out their house before spending the next eight months in Asia and Europe. They visited Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand and Bali, before heading to the UK, Belgium, France, Croatia and Germany. Kylie and Mike have travelled to an impressive 57 countries, while their children have already ticked off 35 countries themselves. Kylie and Mike home-school their children while travelling for four hours a day and five days a week, using an online curriculum, but they admit that lessons such as history and art can be taken care of by getting themselves out and witnessing historical sites for themselves. While travelling, budgeting it an important factor and the family has managed to stick to a budget of roughly ?L50 a day for all four of them. Kylie and Mike share their travels on Instagram, @ouroverseasadventures to encourage others to take the leap and travel, showing that there is no right or wrong age to travel and learning in a conventional school setting isn???t the only method of educating. mediadr
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The children indulging in local food at Batu Ferringhi. AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND: THIS FAMILY-OF-FOUR packed up their lives to go on the road but faced backlash after taking their children out of school, despite their teachers admitting they???ll learn more from seeing the world for themselves. Freelance content writer and sales operations manager, Kylie Gibbon (45) and Mike Gibbon (43) from Auckland, New Zealand, spent much of their earlier years together travelling through Europe, South America and Africa, but their corporate jobs were their priority. When the couple welcomed their children, Sophie (9) and Jack (7), they knew they wanted to one day continue travelling as a family. Unfortunately, Kylie and Mike???s intense jobs required much of their time and by 2015 they felt burned out by their careers. This led the couple to discuss a change of lifestyle and they decided that there was no reason to put off travelling again. So, in 2016 they quit their jobs and rented out their house before spending the next eight months in Asia and Europe. They visited Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand and Bali, before heading to the UK, Belgium, France, Croatia and Germany. Kylie and Mike have travelled to an impressive 57 countries, while their children have already ticked off 35 countries themselves. Kylie and Mike home-school their children while travelling for four hours a day and five days a week, using an online curriculum, but they admit that lessons such as history and art can be taken care of by getting themselves out and witnessing historical sites for themselves. While travelling, budgeting it an important factor and the family has managed to stick to a budget of roughly ?L50 a day for all four of them. Kylie and Mike share their travels on Instagram, @ouroverseasadventures to encourage others to take the leap and travel, showing that there is no right or wrong age to travel and learning in a conventional school setting isn???t the only method of educating. mediadrumworld.com
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Sophie and Jack diving into a pool in Langkawi. AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND: THIS FAMILY-OF-FOUR packed up their lives to go on the road but faced backlash after taking their children out of school, despite their teachers admitting they???ll learn more from seeing the world for themselves. Freelance content writer and sales operations manager, Kylie Gibbon (45) and Mike Gibbon (43) from Auckland, New Zealand, spent much of their earlier years together travelling through Europe, South America and Africa, but their corporate jobs were their priority. When the couple welcomed their children, Sophie (9) and Jack (7), they knew they wanted to one day continue travelling as a family. Unfortunately, Kylie and Mike???s intense jobs required much of their time and by 2015 they felt burned out by their careers. This led the couple to discuss a change of lifestyle and they decided that there was no reason to put off travelling again. So, in 2016 they quit their jobs and rented out their house before spending the next eight months in Asia and Europe. They visited Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand and Bali, before heading to the UK, Belgium, France, Croatia and Germany. Kylie and Mike have travelled to an impressive 57 countries, while their children have already ticked off 35 countries themselves. Kylie and Mike home-school their children while travelling for four hours a day and five days a week, using an online curriculum, but they admit that lessons such as history and art can be taken care of by getting themselves out and witnessing historical sites for themselves. While travelling, budgeting it an important factor and the family has managed to stick to a budget of roughly ?L50 a day for all four of them. Kylie and Mike share their travels on Instagram, @ouroverseasadventures to encourage others to take the leap and travel, showing that there is no right or wrong age to travel and learning in a conventional school setting isn???t the only method of educating. mediadrumworld.com / @ouro
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Visiting the Colosseum in Rome, Italy. AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND: THIS FAMILY-OF-FOUR packed up their lives to go on the road but faced backlash after taking their children out of school, despite their teachers admitting they???ll learn more from seeing the world for themselves. Freelance content writer and sales operations manager, Kylie Gibbon (45) and Mike Gibbon (43) from Auckland, New Zealand, spent much of their earlier years together travelling through Europe, South America and Africa, but their corporate jobs were their priority. When the couple welcomed their children, Sophie (9) and Jack (7), they knew they wanted to one day continue travelling as a family. Unfortunately, Kylie and Mike???s intense jobs required much of their time and by 2015 they felt burned out by their careers. This led the couple to discuss a change of lifestyle and they decided that there was no reason to put off travelling again. So, in 2016 they quit their jobs and rented out their house before spending the next eight months in Asia and Europe. They visited Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand and Bali, before heading to the UK, Belgium, France, Croatia and Germany. Kylie and Mike have travelled to an impressive 57 countries, while their children have already ticked off 35 countries themselves. Kylie and Mike home-school their children while travelling for four hours a day and five days a week, using an online curriculum, but they admit that lessons such as history and art can be taken care of by getting themselves out and witnessing historical sites for themselves. While travelling, budgeting it an important factor and the family has managed to stick to a budget of roughly ?L50 a day for all four of them. Kylie and Mike share their travels on Instagram, @ouroverseasadventures to encourage others to take the leap and travel, showing that there is no right or wrong age to travel and learning in a conventional school setting isn???t the only method of educating. mediadrumworld.com / @ouroverseasad
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In Taipei, Taiwan. AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND: THIS FAMILY-OF-FOUR packed up their lives to go on the road but faced backlash after taking their children out of school, despite their teachers admitting they???ll learn more from seeing the world for themselves. Freelance content writer and sales operations manager, Kylie Gibbon (45) and Mike Gibbon (43) from Auckland, New Zealand, spent much of their earlier years together travelling through Europe, South America and Africa, but their corporate jobs were their priority. When the couple welcomed their children, Sophie (9) and Jack (7), they knew they wanted to one day continue travelling as a family. Unfortunately, Kylie and Mike???s intense jobs required much of their time and by 2015 they felt burned out by their careers. This led the couple to discuss a change of lifestyle and they decided that there was no reason to put off travelling again. So, in 2016 they quit their jobs and rented out their house before spending the next eight months in Asia and Europe. They visited Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand and Bali, before heading to the UK, Belgium, France, Croatia and Germany. Kylie and Mike have travelled to an impressive 57 countries, while their children have already ticked off 35 countries themselves. Kylie and Mike home-school their children while travelling for four hours a day and five days a week, using an online curriculum, but they admit that lessons such as history and art can be taken care of by getting themselves out and witnessing historical sites for themselves. While travelling, budgeting it an important factor and the family has managed to stick to a budget of roughly ?L50 a day for all four of them. Kylie and Mike share their travels on Instagram, @ouroverseasadventures to encourage others to take the leap and travel, showing that there is no right or wrong age to travel and learning in a conventional school setting isn???t the only method of educating. mediadrumworld.com / @ouroverseasadventures
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Sightseeing in London, pictured close to the Tower Bridge. AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND: THIS FAMILY-OF-FOUR packed up their lives to go on the road but faced backlash after taking their children out of school, despite their teachers admitting they???ll learn more from seeing the world for themselves. Freelance content writer and sales operations manager, Kylie Gibbon (45) and Mike Gibbon (43) from Auckland, New Zealand, spent much of their earlier years together travelling through Europe, South America and Africa, but their corporate jobs were their priority. When the couple welcomed their children, Sophie (9) and Jack (7), they knew they wanted to one day continue travelling as a family. Unfortunately, Kylie and Mike???s intense jobs required much of their time and by 2015 they felt burned out by their careers. This led the couple to discuss a change of lifestyle and they decided that there was no reason to put off travelling again. So, in 2016 they quit their jobs and rented out their house before spending the next eight months in Asia and Europe. They visited Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand and Bali, before heading to the UK, Belgium, France, Croatia and Germany. Kylie and Mike have travelled to an impressive 57 countries, while their children have already ticked off 35 countries themselves. Kylie and Mike home-school their children while travelling for four hours a day and five days a week, using an online curriculum, but they admit that lessons such as history and art can be taken care of by getting themselves out and witnessing historical sites for themselves. While travelling, budgeting it an important factor and the family has managed to stick to a budget of roughly ?L50 a day for all four of them. Kylie and Mike share their travels on Instagram, @ouroverseasadventures to encourage others to take the leap and travel, showing that there is no right or wrong age to travel and learning in a conventional school setting isn???t the only method of educating. mediadrumworld.
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