An Epic Education

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About 'An Epic Education' Channel

Making Family Travel Better, Longer, Happier

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'An Epic Education' mostly contains texts of a basic readability level which may show their aim to reach a wider audience. Besides, there are articles of intermediate readability, which make up more than one third of all content on the channel.

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Crickets, Cobras and Crusty Bread: Oh How I Love Eating in Vietnam

[...] post Crickets, Cobras and Crusty Bread: Oh How I Love Eating in Vietnam appeared first on An Epic Education. [...]

Nightlights: the Malacca Trishaws

[...] in one of these if you did? The post Nightlights: the Malacca Trishaws appeared first on An Epic Education. [...]

Caged: Kids, Zoos & Animal Cruelty in Southeast Asia

[...] . The post Caged: Kids, Zoos & Animal Cruelty in Southeast Asia appeared first on An Epic Education. [...]

Penang with Kids: The Penang War Museum

[...] Some great pics here. The post Penang with Kids: The Penang War Museum appeared first on An Epic Education. [...]

Snub-jective: I hate Trip Advisor, but I’m stuck with it

[...] I won’t lie: I hate Trip Advisor. Wait — is “hate” is too strong a word here? How about this: “Overall, I find using the [...]

Kuala Lumpur with Kids: Petrosains Science Discovery Museum

[...] One place that many bloggers recommended was the Petrosains Science Discovery Center, (Trip Advisor also has favorable reviews, but don’t get me started on that site). We decided to [...]

Vietnam with Kids: Suoi Tien Amusement Park near Ho Chi Minh City

[...] means. The reviews are mixed, but generally favorable for the place, but I trust sites like Trip Advisor only so much, and wanted to see the place for myself. It was as bizarre as I expected. No, [...]

What’s in my bag: Our year-one family travel gear

[...] the iPads facilitate reading (via Kindle, Pocket & kids reading apps), research (Google, Trip Advisor, Evernote) and navigation (Google Maps) when we’re out and about. The iPods came later as [...]

Tune In: The Importance of Music in Family Travels

[...] while, but one day it suddenly felt like work. So I quit. Room 414 A photo posted by Jason Jenkins (@an_epic_edu) on Oct 10, 2014 at 6:38pm PDT This change may be due in part to my age [...]

The Waiting Game: Using Travel to Teach Patience

[...] benefits to be implemented properly. Waiting for 3am flight to Bali A photo posted by Jason Jenkins (@an_epic_edu) on Jul 7, 2014 at 10:42am PDT That’s one reason why we intentionally [...]

Dust and Neon: Malacca with kids

[...] a quick look at these, the kids had no desire to keep reading on. A photo posted by Jason Jenkins (@an_epic_edu) on Oct 10, 2014 at 6:17am PDT What they did find interesting, however, [...]

Fear not the little ones: 5 reasons why you should travel as a family now

[...] ? Here are a few reasons and where I come from on each: Ankle-deep A photo posted by Jason Jenkins (@an_epic_edu) on Jul 7, 2014 at 10:12pm PDT #1) No schoolwork to worry about Whether [...]

Tokyo Drift: Embracing cultural irrelevance

[...] day their kids will innocently ask them “What’s a blog?” The post Tokyo Drift: Embracing cultural irrelevance appeared first on An Epic Education. [...]

Tune In: The Importance of Music in Family Travels

[...] Oct 10, 2014 at 6:38pm PDT This change may be due in part to my age or my slow slip into cultural irrelevance, but I think it’s more than that. For one, streaming services changed music snobbery [...]

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Crickets, Cobras and Crusty Bread: Oh How I Love Eating in Vietnam

[...] post Crickets, Cobras and Crusty Bread: Oh How I Love Eating in Vietnam appeared first on An Epic Education. [...]

Nightlights: the Malacca Trishaws

[...] in one of these if you did? The post Nightlights: the Malacca Trishaws appeared first on An Epic Education. [...]

Caged: Kids, Zoos & Animal Cruelty in Southeast Asia

[...] . The post Caged: Kids, Zoos & Animal Cruelty in Southeast Asia appeared first on An Epic Education. [...]

Penang with Kids: The Penang War Museum

[...] Some great pics here. The post Penang with Kids: The Penang War Museum appeared first on An Epic Education. [...]

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