The idea of dropping your life and going on a trip for two months with your family could seem like an impossible dream. For Amy Hachey, it’s something she’s been planning since she was 13. And now it has finally become a reality.
Culture, learning, and experiences through travel have always been important to Amy.
“There is no room for hate when you’ve laughed and cried with people you’ve met while traveling the world. You sat where they sat, you’ve eaten what they’ve eaten.” – Amy
Through travel you find the sort of connection you could never find on a written page or in a lecture hall. It’s moments in real life with real people that lead to true understanding and true personal growth.
Amy grew up in Ontario, Canada where she had two of her sons, Tate and Brayden. After years in Ontario she made a life-changing decision to move her family to Mexico. Shortly after the move, she unofficially adopted Zander, her third son, who quickly became a part of the family.
They recently set off on a 64 day trip, which kicked off in their hometown of Cabos San Lucas and continues on through 23 cities around the world. Follow along with Amy and her family as they take the AirTrek of a lifetime!