Can Kids Travel?

Gary Diskin - Apr 23, 2007
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Whether you’ve trekked in Nepal, hitchhiked in South America, backpacked in Europe or traversed North America by road, children are likely to change your perspective on travel. Sleeping in the railway station because you didn’t consider the implications of a 2am arrival time and no hotel room may, at age 20, lead to great memories. When traveling with kids, a night on the floor is more likely to be a nightmare. But that doesn’t mean you’re limited to caravanning on the beach round the bend until the tikes become teens...

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