When 43-year-old Evie Farrell lost her very close friend who was 42 years old, to the deadly disease cancer, she realized that life is indeed too short. She saved AUD 30,000 to build a new kitchen, but because of the incident, she decided to have her then five-year-old daughter tag along with her and travel around the world.
The Important Decision
February last year when Evie and her daughter Emily, who is now six years old, got out of Australia and did not have any plans to return to their home country. They already visited thirteen countries in just 11 months which included a lot of Southeast Asian countries such as Malaysia, Thailand, and Singapore. They also included China, the United Kingdom, and France in their itinerary.
To continue her education, Evie decided to enroll Emily through the New South Wales’ Distance Education primary school program. Unlike other ordinary children, Emily has been receiving her formal education in different countries.
A Year of Traveling
The mother and daughter tandem celebrated their first anniversary away from home this year. They went to Vietnam after their trip to Cambodia to visit the elephant sanctuary.
To be updated on their adventure, you may visit their Instagram page.
Traveling is best made with family, right? Would you choose to be in Emily or Evie’s shoes, too? We certainly will!
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