Episode from the podcastGap to Great

Road Schooling, Medical Tourism and Nomadic Family Life

Released Friday, 15th July 2016
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"I don't think the goal for us is to live an easy life.”
A few years ago, Paul Kortman and his wife had a radical idea. What if they sold their house in Michigan, packed up their family and became nomadic? While a lot of people probably have this pipe dream, the Kortmans actually did it.
In fact, they’ve been living on the road since 2014 and their first stops included SE Asia, South Africa and parts of Europe. Now, this family of six, plus a dog, are roadtripping their way through Mexico, Central America and Ecuador in an RV.
On this show, I talk to Paul about how the kids make friends, the family’s view on school and how they’ve used medical tourism to their advantage. 

Full show notes available: andreawien.com/kortmans