Our New Blog – An Adventurous Education!

We’ve moved to a new space on the web – we have a shiny new blog combined with a name change to reflect our family’s lifestyle and educational approach! We’d love you to continue to follow our adventures at http://www.anadventurouseducation.com. All new posts about our home education, adventuring and worldschooling (we’re hopeful for a lot more travel more this year, God willing!) will be over at the new site.

Please come and join us there, and if you sign up to our community, you’ll receive a free carefully chosen list of book recommendations by age, with over 450 exceptional selections.

So, what are you waiting for? Come over to An Adventurous Education and we’ll help inspire your family to “excel outside the classroom!”
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Australia Part 3 – Remembering the Splendour of the Whitsundays

Australia – a vast, diverse and beautiful country, currently in the news for the terrifying and extensive wildfires which have raged across its south east coast. My heart, prayers and love go out to the families, communities and wildlife affected by these savage infernos. In these dark times, I think it’s important to remember the light and in particular the magnificence of this unique island country. It’s ten months since we spent three glorious weeks in this special country; I’ve finally managed to write up the third part of our adventures there – from Port Douglas down via Townsville to the stunning Whitsundays. … More Australia Part 3 – Remembering the Splendour of the Whitsundays

Australia Part 2 – The Beauty of Far North Queensland

I’ve finally written up the second part of our Australian adventures from earlier this year. From snorkelling on the Great Barrier Reef, to hiking the oldest rainforest in the world, to scenic hillside railways, topped off with fantastic food and excellent microbreweries, Far North Queensland has it all! … More Australia Part 2 – The Beauty of Far North Queensland

The Welsh Three Peaks: when it’s all going wrong around you, go climb a mountain or three!

To say we’ve had somewhat of a rocky transition back into normal life in the UK after our three months travelling would be a serious understatement. Visits to various doctors and hospitals (four in total!) have been the order of the day (and completely unrelated to our travels). With so many medical problems going on … More The Welsh Three Peaks: when it’s all going wrong around you, go climb a mountain or three!