Land. Sea. Repeat.

Fall in Newport is a dream… Gorgeous weather, dear friends, Sophia’s first Homecoming, and lots of fall baseball!  Life on land is good. As we are now well into our fifth year of home-schooling, I think we are solidly on our path.  However, in the true spirit of Travel-School, it is soon time to pick…

Fútbol, Béisbol y el Jardin del Turia

Naturally, we could find fútbol in Spain. But could we find American Baseball? Years ago when we lived in Valencia, Sydney played fútbol (= american soccer) and it was a memorable experience for her… for us all, actually. Playing sports in another country is a great way to make friends and learn the local language on…

¿Habla español?

Travel-School 2018-2019 started early this year. Tony’s schedule was to race in the Mediterranean for most of the summer/fall and we love Spain, so we organized our late summer and early fall to be based here. We spent two weeks on Mallorca, followed by four weeks in Valencia. Our primary goal was for the kids…

Adventures in Alicante and Valencia

Post Granada we drove North and East through the Sierra Nevada Mountains to Alicante. First of all, did you know there is a Sierra-Nevada Mountain range in the west coast of the US and also a Sierra-Nevada Mountain range in Andalucia, Spain?  Until this trip, I am certain I thought they were one and the same….

Traveling is all about relationships.

We are so grateful for the relationships we have made over the years and treasure them. In the sailing world, these friendships are vital to living a quality nomadic life.  We feel comfortable traveling to so many places, because we know we will be seeing friends! This also opens up the world for the kids…

Amigos y Aventuras en Valencia.

   Amigos y Aventuras… the very best part of traveling, is seeing old friends. We awoke early on the 22nd to take a short flight to Valencia, our old home. Valencia is a place we already love and know so well. It was a week of exploring the city with the kids and re-connecting them…