As schools remain closed and remote working becomes the norm, the nomadic version of homeschooling is motivating more families to hit the road.
When most children were in front of computers attending online classes amid the pandemic that has shut schools around the world, 11-year-old Advait Maskeri was working towards his dream of becoming a pilot. He was reading a book on aerodynamics and watching videos on YouTube on how to create gliders using balsa wood with his parents. While the lockdown….
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Condenast Travelller : 28 states in 51 days: this mother-son duo drove 16,800km to see Incredible India
Finding the time and energy to travel while working a full-time job is hard enough. But Dr Mitra Satheesh, Assistant Professor at Government Ayurveda College in Kochi found both and more during the pandemic, when she set out for a cross country trip with her 10-year-old son in March this year, leaving her husband and 15-year-old daughter with special needs at home.
“My daughter is physically and mentally challenged, so a long journey through different terrains, temperature and