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I have to admit that our family gap year project started 2 years ago with a very naive plan: we save up a little, do something profitable with our apartment, school the kids somehow, and apart from that we enjoy our family gap year with hanging out happily at a beach or having a walk through a forest. Point. But after a brief reflection we came to the unpleasant conclusion, that it most likely won’t work out like that. If you are planning a trip that includes no salary for a longer period of time, you are not rich and either, you have little humans to take care for, read the…
We discovered Airbnb when planning our family vacation in Canada 2015. We had quite a clear idea of our needs; we want nature, with lakes and rivers and forest but not too much in the middle of nowhere. As we are travelling as a family with two mini humans who are claiming breakfast as soon as they open their eyes (sometimes even before) and we simply can't afford to eat out 3 times a day, a kitchen is indispensable.