It’s #FamilyFriday!

Howdy! In honor of #FamilyFriday, today we are highlighting one of our four pillars – Travel As A Living Classroom.

Now, there are all sorts of ways that travel can become a learning experience but perhaps there are some you may not have thought of – so we decided to start highlighting them here for you on select #FamilyFridays.

For instance…

Did you know that foreign exchange is a fabulous way to sneak a math lesson in on vacation? You can help your kids be savvy by teaching them different currencies and how to manage money in other countries – including how to get the best exchange rates, how to negotiate a fair price for goods and how to shop local to help keep tourism dollars within a community.

And rest assured with every trip we curate for you and your family we will always be sure to include Travel As A Living Classroom experiences for everyone – not just the kiddos! After all there’s a great big world out there waiting to teach us all sorts of things!


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Did you know that Aloha doesn’t mean hello? Although it is often used as a greeting, it really is so much more than that. As Robin explained it’s actually a value system that’s woven into the fabric of the Hawaiian people with a deep meaning. The term Aloha actually means “the breath of life” in Hawaiian so it’s literally giving and receiving the breath of life. And you know you really can’t have a more intimate connection with someone than letting them know your essence and it’s something that is really intangible.


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