8 reasons why kids love travel

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Ever wondered whether your kids would rather be playing with new toys than going on a family adventure?

You need to meet eight-year-old Nicole Booth. This adventurous little eight-year-old has been all over the world and isn’t letting anything get in the way of her wanderlust.

Nicole and her family live in Kenya, Africa—that’s a long way from where Nicole was born in Cape Cod, Massachusetts! But that hasn’t stopped Nicole from making a new, exciting life full of adventures. Since moving to Kenya, she has been vlogging about her travels, and hopes to share her adventures with other kids like her, but also with moms and dads, and sisters and brothers, in the hope of inspiring others to get out there and see the world.

From spending quality time with family and trying new foods, to learning loads about the world, Nicole has put together a video on the 8 reasons why she loves to travel.

To learn more about Nicole’s adventures, check out her Youtube channel here.

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Sarah Waffle Gavin

Sarah Gavin is Expedia’s Vice President of Global Communications, overseeing a team around the world that focus on telling travel’s great stories. Her passion lies in bringing people together through the shared experiences and mind-broadening phenomenon of travel – while revealing all the tips and tricks to getting the best value on vacation. Part foodie, part tech geek, part mom, part traveler, Sarah loves a mini staycation with her husband, as much as a power shop through New York. Her family trips are treasured above all else, and when she's not sitting poolside in Mexico with the kids, she hangs her hat in the burbs of Seattle, Washington at the intersection of travel, technology, and motherhood.


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