How often do you hear about people who QUIT their JOBS just to be able to do something they always wanted to do? Most of them choose to travel. But that brings up questions: "What happens next?", " Will they have enough money to return?" Well, how about a different approach?

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We are Łajka, Wadyń and 3 years old Zazu. Both, me and Wadyń, have full-time corporate jobs. But we also love to travel. So we manage every hour of our free time in a way that makes it possible for us to travel more than anyone could imagine.

We are a family that always has a plan. A plan for an evening, a weekend, a month, or the next six months. There's always something we have planned, whether it’s shopping, meeting with friends, a family weekend, a new business. And very often these are plans to travel. Sometimes, when a spontaneous idea for a trip pops up, we only have a few hours to arrange everything. But there is always a PLAN.

In the last 10 months, we visited 39 places in 9 countries, on 3 continents. Here’s a short story of what we do, in pictures.

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#1 Athens, Greece

Athens, Greece


an actual phan trash can 1 year ago

aww, i had that school bag when i was younger!

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#2 Tonle Sap, Cambodia

Tonle Sap, Cambodia


Stille20 1 year ago

Awww... love that photo!

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#4 Taita Hills, Kenya

Taita Hills, Kenya


Ann Westcott 1 year ago

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how does the plan take into account your carbon footprint?

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#6 Filtvet Fyr, Norway

Filtvet Fyr, Norway


Sunniva Jønsson 1 year ago


#7 Vienna, Austria

Vienna, Austria


Raspberry Ginger 1 year ago

I feel like they should've waited a few years. I went to Italy when I was 5, but I don't remember much. If you do this at age 10+, it's nice

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#10 Banteay Kdei, Cambodia

Banteay Kdei, Cambodia


Wedding Photography Select 1 year ago

I don't want to be negative as this is such a lovely thing but you must be in a lucky position. You only have one child. Do you both work earning a decent salary or do you save every penny. It also does sound a little exhausting. I hope it continues as the little girl gets older.

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