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Living in Ecuador with teens. Home exchanges. Pet sitting. Year-long wold travel. These are just a few things covered on this week's episode of Epic Education Radio.
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World Travel & Living in Ecuador with Teens
What's it like to live in Ecuador with teens? Katrisha Stuler knows a little about it. In this Epic Education Radio interview, I talk to her about moving to Ecuador, and why they chose Ecuador for their family. We also talk about their year-long round-the-world trip and their experiences with pet sitting and home exchange.
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IN THIS EPISODE
- 02:17 Intro and origins
- 03:48 Why move to Ecuador?
- 05:25 Healthcare in Ecuador with teens
- 07:48 Life in Ecuador
- 11:56 Their year-long trip
- 14:40 Coming “back home” to Ecuador with teens
- 16:32 Budgeting and funding traveling
- 19:48 Travel habits
- 25:19 Highlights & surprises
- 31:44 Education in Ecuador and on the road
- 36:18 What next?
- 41:05 Travel Gear
- 51:33 Resources
- Names: Katrisha Stuler, her husband, and their 16-year-old twin boys
- Hold passports from: USA
- Type of travel: RV travel, RTW Travel, Travel with Teens, Slow Travel, Home exchange, Pet sitting and Living Abroad in Cuenca, Ecuador
- A few places they've been: Live in Ecuador, travel in Spain, Morocco, Denmark, Malaysia, Scotland, Thailand, England, Mexico, and Portugal
IN THEIR BAGS
LINKS & RESOURCES
- Khan Academy
- Xel-Ha in Tulum, Mexico
- Google Flights
- World Travel Family — My interviews with Alyson from Worldtravelfamily #1 & #2
- Wagoners Abroad — My interviews with Alyson from the Wagoners #1 (#2 is next week!)
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