Episode 3:  Richardsons go to New Zealand artwork
The Family Vacationer

Episode 3: Richardsons go to New Zealand

  • S1E3
  • 39:12
  • August 5th 2019

On this episode, we're going to talk to Amy, Keith, and Azilee Richardson. The Richardson's just got back from a three-week vacation to beautiful New Zealand. Stick around and hear all about the "Land of the Long White Cloud". 

Fun Facts about New Zealand: rugby is the national sport. The clearest lake in the world is Nelson's blue lake with the visibility up to 80 meters deep. Wellington is the southernmost capital city in the world, and there are nine sheep per each person making it the highest sheep to person ratio in the world. New Zealand was the first country to grant women the right to vote all the way back in 1893 wow. And no matter where you live in New Zealand, you're never more than 128 kilometers from the seaside. All but one scene. The Lord of the Rings movies were shot in New Zealand. 

Listen now to hear all about the Richardson's three-week adventure!

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A podcast dedicated to families that travel. So many of our memories come from time spent with our family. We want to help you make the most of your family vacations. We do that by covering travel destinations, travel apps, and gadgets, and talk to travel experts for ways to make family travel less stressful. Who doesn't want that?

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Rob Jones

Growing up, Rob Jones mainly traveled to Florida for vacation. Those family trips to Orlando and the Gulf Coast are cherished memories that influence him to this day. His entire professional career has involved travel. From working in the music business to event marketing, Rob has traveled to 46 states and five countries. Rob has been married to his wife, Traci, for 16 years and they love to travel with their three children: Ruthie, Nash, and Chase.

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Danny Evans

Dr. Danny Evans is a 23-year veteran language teacher and world traveler. He has been traveling the world since the age of 16 and loves studying language and culture, but most of all, Danny loves making memories with his family. He has been married for 28 years and has two daughters, Gracie and Zoe.

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