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John Higham

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John Higham is a struggling travel writer and an accomplished rocket scientist with 10 U.S. patents to his credit. In June 2005, John Higham and his wife quit their jobs, packed up their home and took their two children on a yearlong, around-the-world adventure, visiting 28 countries on five continents. Both kids were under the age of 10 at the time. If anyone knows about traveling with children, it’s John. You can read about his family’s trip at the Web site Armageddon Pills. His book, 360 Degrees Longitude, about his family’s yearlong adventure, will be published in July, 2009 by Alyson Books. When not writing or speaking about his family’s journey, John works as a systems engineer in Silicon Valley. 


Latest Articles by John Higham

Tips for a Gap Year With the Kids

On the Edge of a Via Ferrata

Cruising the Yangtze River

A Great Hike on the Great Wall

Family Adventure in the Middle Kingdom

Costa Rica’s Tortuguero Is Turtle Heaven

Exotic Costa Rican Adventures for the Entire Family

Oxford Excursion

London Sightseeing: Get on the Bus

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