We will wander is a podcast about location independent families living and working all around the world. Hosts Clint Bush and Zélie Pollon talk to families about what it’s like to live location independent, travel full-time, or educate their kids on the road.
In this podcast we speak to Jacqui and Daniel New about their family quarantine experience during COVID-19 pandemic. The New family recently arrived back in Australia after being quarantined in Bolivia for almost two months.
A nomadic family quarantine experience
Jacqui and Daniel have been world schoolers for the past four years. In a future episode, we'll dive into how and why they first sold everything and left Australia. But as COVID-19 is still impacting so many travelers around the world, we wanted to hear this tale of escape and resilience.
This family quarantine story offers reflections on returning home and what traveling in the future will look like for them.
In today’s podcast, Clint talks to Tina Rogers who got caught in northern Italy just as the pandemic was beginning to hit hard. So many of our traveling friends are still in various parts of the world experiencing different impacts from the Coronavirus. In this interview, conducted last March, we hear of Tina’s experience trying to find a safe place when so many of us don’t necessarily have a home.
On today's show, we speak with Darcy Tuscano who is quarantined with her wife and two children in Spain for the umpteenth day. In fact, she just ran out of water. She tells us a little bit about how she got where she is and what the Coronavirus is like in Spain.
Wayne and Anna Saucier are working nomads traveling the world since 2017 with their two young children. We talk about life on the road with two young children as well as before and after traveling while being location independent.