Talon Windwalker is from Varies widely, USA
Talon Windwalker is the single adoptive parent of a special needs child. “Eclectic” is his middle name: He currently works as a hospice chaplain and is a Zen monk, polyglot, cancer survivor, ultra runner, snowshoer, endurance cyclist, certified endurance running coach, photographer, public speaker, consultant, writer, advocate, former trauma nurse, was educated as a naturopathic physician, and is a lover of travelling, languages, and cultures.
He is currently a nomad on an indefinite round-the-world trip with his young son since May 2011, starting with Mexico. They will continue exploring Central & South America via slow travel before visiting Antartica and then heading to Europe to begin exploring the other side of the world.
He hopes you’ll be inspired to, as their family motto states, Live without regrets!
http://1dad1kid.com/2012/08/01/eats-on-the-cheap/ - How to save money on food while traveling, either at home or abroad.
http://1dad1kid.com/2012/07/27/valladolid-a-must-see-in-the-yucatan/# - Valladolid is a charming colonial town in Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula that is relatively untouched by tourism and is a must-see.
http://1dad1kid.com/2012/07/16/the-sleepy-town-of-mahahual/ - Visiting the sleepy town of Mahahual, a former fishing village on Mexico's Mayan Coast.
http://1dad1kid.com/2012/06/19/a-joining-civilizations-ecuadors-only-inca-ruins/ - Where Incan and Cañari civilizations connect.
http://1dad1kid.com/2012/06/08/not-a-moment-to-waste/ - What do you do when you discover your newborn will only live 2-3 years? This family made an amazing decision.
http://1dad1kid.com/2012/06/01/10-best-and-worst-things-you-can-eat-in-southeast-asia/ - With thousands of delicious street food vendors to chose from, most of which don’t speak English, it can be a challenge to know what to order (or better yet, what not to order) when overseas.
After traveling through Southeast Asia for six months in 2009, my husband and I learned a...
http://1dad1kid.com/2012/05/30/celebrating-holidays-while-traveling/ - How do we celebrate holidays while we were away from friends, family, and everything else familiar?
http://1dad1kid.com/2012/05/25/an-interesting-question/ - Is long-term travel running from or to something?
http://1dad1kid.com/2012/05/18/are-guidebooks-really-worth-anything/ - I’m sure you’ve seen them. The people walking around with a guidebook in their hand, referring to a map to find the next landmark they seek, or perhaps that perfect place for coffee that was recommended. Guidebooks such as Lonely Planet, Rough Guide, Moon, and many others fill up endless...
http://1dad1kid.com/2012/05/02/tips-for-getting-around/ - From time to time I get emails or other messages asking me for tips on finding low fares, etc. There are all kinds of tips out there so mine are probably not mind-blowing ideas. Still they work well for me and are based on personal experience.
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