Living five people in a 250 square foot bus, it is safe to say Byers Without Borders is not takingRead more.
Hope in Rwanda
In the spring of 1994, over the course of 100 days, one million Rwandans were murdered. 10,000 people a dayRead more.
Faces of Rwanda
We hold certain cultural norms inviolate, assuming that the entire of humanity must believe as we do. The taboo againstRead more.
We’ve been doing this sort of thing for decades, Jen and I. We’ve negotiated transport and driver countless times. YouRead more.
Kigali is a city of 1 million spread out over a handful of steep hills. Unlike some of our otherRead more.
Barn swallows build nests from mud and dirt. Robins use bits of dried grass and twigs. Penguins make littleRead more.
Imagine you’re lucky enough to snag a table at The French Laundry, the chef’s tasting menu, multiple courses with wineRead more.
We’re not homeschooling, we’re worldschooling. We’re not homeless nomads we’re an unlocated family. Buzzwords like these surround families like ours, andRead more.
Throughout Asia there is little regard for classifying certain food as a “breakfast food”. Food is food, it’s eaten anytime.Read more.