Family life and travel aren't always the easiest combination to manage, but for this family of nine, this way of life couldn't be simpler.
Greg and Rachel Denning sold their home in 2008 in the state of Utah in the United States. With their four children, they all went on a road trip to Costa Rica to live there for a year.
Greg told the American HuffPost: 'After our wedding, we started by following the usual scenario: mortgage and work until retirement, when we can finally have a good time. could live differently, follow our own dreams, and we realized that we wanted our life to be worthy of an epic, that we wanted to make things happen.'
Today, Greg and Rachel have seven children, and have visited 33 countries, and lived in 13. Their children are between 1 and 15 years old. Rachel teaches them everything they need to know, while Greg is an entrepreneur, leads tutorials, and arranges trips. All his work is done remotely.
When they live in a country, they avoid being tourists at all costs, instead mixing with local people. Greg estimates that they live on approximately £4000 a month, which allows them to eat, travel, do many activities, and of course, travel.