For Germans it can be difficult to get their children out of school to go traveling as the German school system demands kids to be present at school and homeschooling is illegal. That’s why we get many questions, from Germans especially, about how we do it, what’s with school, do we get child allowance etc.
So I made a short explanatory video (in German) about how we managed and if you have any questions please feel free to contact us!
Oh well. Now the radar. It hasn’t been working properly from when we bought PONYO but we were hoping that we could fix it. Well, it doesn’t look like it, Continue Reading →
And we are sailing again! So our engine broke down and we had to exchange it for a new one, remember? Those almost 3 months between beginning of November and Continue Reading →
Since being stuck on the boat without moving anywhere for so long wasn’t helping board moral we decided to jump on the next plane and go to mainland Italy.
We have always been traveling with kids. First as single parents, respectively, and after Ric and I had met, together as a family. Our experience ranges from traveling with babies and Continue Reading →
One of the many upsides of cruising in a sailboat is the freedom you have to go almost anywhere. Beautiful beaches, charming port towns and secluded bays – there you Continue Reading →
Someone recently said to me she thinks the universe is trying to teach me patience and lowliness („Demut“ for my German readers, I just looked it up because despite my Continue Reading →
New video up!