Bahama Adventure Rafting in Bali

Bahama Adventure Rafting in Bali When did rafting become a PE lesson? As of today.  One thing we love about worldschooling is being able to take up new adventures and opportunities. We stopped to speak to Iren at Agus Reservation Center in Legian yesterday. His whatsapp number is +62 8234 1637857 and his email is irenraga@gmail.com if you would like to contact him. He suggested Bahama Adven...
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What is Worldschooling

What is Worldschooling As a family who travels full-time we get asked this a lot.  I wanted to share with you something I wrote for Round the World Families as part of a 'How do you educate your kids' Find the full article here. Here's Cake and Eat it 3's contribution... We are an Australian family who travels full-time.  Brett (dad), Leanne (mum) and Miss B (10) make up Cake and Eat it 3....
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Checklist for Hitting the Road

Checklist for Hitting the Road   We have done multiple pack downs over the years, so we should be getting better at it the more we do it, or so you'd think!   It is still a stressful time but if you approach it as a project and every project needs a checklist, I assure you it isn't quite as bad.   If you are in the process of planning, packing or packing it! We provide the following...
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Roadtrip across the Nullarbor

Cake and Eat it 3's Roadtrip across the Nullarbor It is on most Australians to do list at some point, to roadtrip the Nullarbor.  1200 kilometres mostly dead straight road across Western Australia and into South Australia. Nullarbor which comes from the latin, Nullus meaning no and Arbor meaning trees is quite accurate for  a majority of the roadtrip.   Depending on which side of Australia ...
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Back in Australia and Roadtripping again

Great to be back in Australia and Roadtripping again Been a while since we posted and lots has been happening in the world of Cake and Eat it 3.  As always on the road there are lots of lessons to be learnt at every turn. Facebook gets updated a lot more frequently. We arrived back in Australia in September.  Crazy how fast time flies! I, Leanne, went back to my old workplace to assist with...
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