Sunday, May 8, 2016
Journeys Through the Eyes of Children
We start in Edinburgh, Scotland, then hop on a train to Morpeth, Northeast England, near where I grew up. We're carrying backpacks and we won't be taking cabs.
I expect my nephews will revel in small things rather than big sights. Through their eyes I will see the world a little differently.
Travel does not have to be an exercise in consumption. I will never take the boys to a Disney park, but when they're about 16, I want to abandon them in a European city with enough money for hostels and basic travel. A week later, we'd meet again in a different city in a different country with stories to share.