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August 09, 2008


Adventure Holidays

What an interesting article from David - and excellent for a 12 year old. Didn't know that China had an odds/even car rotation system to cut transport pollution.

Will be following David's posts in future.


Thanks for sharing your day with us! We lived overseas until our boys were seven, so I can relate to your post.

Now, my boys are riding their bikes from Alaska to Argentina so we don't have to deal with gas issues at all! Today was a big day for us - we finished pedaling the Alaska Highway, all 1422 miles of it!!

You can read about our adventures at www.familyonbikes.org

ParentZing! Editor-in-Chief

We have taken our kids on public transportation in our own city and in others (including international ones) since they were babies. They are quite comfortable taking the rail, subway, buses, etc.

Not only does it save us time & money, but it is a great learning experience and adventure for us.

We offer tips on using public transit with babies and kids (along with a little humor) on:


Happy travels and it's great for David and other kids like him.

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