When a family concept is thought, everybody says that it is boring and routine. Adam and Emily Harteau takes changing this prejudice as a goal. Thus they have decided to travel the world during 2 years and show power of nature to their daughters.
Adam and Emily Harteau’s journey went great and they had a new decision about the duration of the journey. Therefore they have made a decision that the journey will be a life style.
They explained that ‘We have met numerous travelers from poor countries that have made their dreams of travel a reality. People hold themselves back. The American Dream that has been instilled in us—well, we are re-examining it, discovering our own world truth. If you set your mind to it, think creatively, and are willing to sacrifice some creature comforts, life on the open road awaits you!’
Adam and Emily Harteau have a never-ending journey. I think it is amazing story from the point of conceptual of family and their children are so lucky to have such parents. Children will have enormous growth process and lots of experiences. Adam and Emily Harteau have own blog that is Our Open Road. On their blog, there are wonderful photos about the nature and their trip moment.
Emily told about her pregnant process that ‘My first trimester was very difficult, as most of it was spent around 12,000 feet. The challenges of that elevation coupled with early pregnancy hormones left me quite green. Luckily, Adam was able to spend a lot of time with Coco, so I was able to get much needed rest. We chose to have Sierra in Florianopolis, Brazil, which is the only non-Spanish speaking country we have been to on the trip. We thought our lack of Portuguese would be really hard, but it proved to not be as big a challenge as we imagined. Florianopolis is the center of the natural birth movement in Brazil and the public care we received was so supportive.’
Adam and Emily Harteau said that ‘It feels pretty amazing especially because our original plan was to make it all the way down to the tip of South America in six months, and after two-and-a-half years we just made it to the bottom. We just popped a bottle of champagne at the end of the Pan-American Highway.’