This is the story of a young family that travels the world for the past 9 months.
Next, you will find a fascinating story of a young family that travels the world for 9 months.
25-year-old millionaire, guy Garrett (Garrett Gee) and his 29-year-old wife Jessica were not to enjoy their wealth by sitting at one place, and taking children (3-year-old Dorothy and Manilla year-old) went to see the world.
This perfect family from the US have visited many parts of the Pacific ocean and even managed to swim with a sperm whale and watch the leatherback turtles lay their eggs.
After Garrett last year sold a mobile app QR for Snapchat for $ 54 million, a couple from Utah, USA, has put his millions in the Bank and start to live on 45 thousand dollars, which was rescued from the sale of their property. The picture shows Jessica and Manilla in the Bahamas with a floating pig.
In 2015, this wonderful family went on an adventure in various parts of the Pacific ocean. In the picture Garrett throws 3-year-old Dorothy during approach of the aircraft to the landing above the beach on the island of Saint Martin, the Caribbean.
Garrett guy, his wife Jessica and their two children Dorothy and Manilla travel the world for nine months. In the picture they are on the beach on the island of Antigua.
The family “The Family Bucket List” — so they are known in Instagram — more than 93 thousand followers.
The family has already visited Antigua, Tonga, Fiji, Hawaii, Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia, Thailand and many other places.
During the trip, the young family was able to swim with a sperm whale and watch the leatherback turtles lay their eggs on Dominica.
Originally the family had planned to rest for only 5 months, but it’s been 9 months and while Garrett and Jessica don’t even plan to conclude such an exciting journey.
The couple, who Wed in 2009, has even published an open invitation to friends and relatives to join them.
And while Garrett picked up the Zeke virus from mosquitoes in Dominica, Jessica insists that good during the trip was much more than bad.
“Can be, above all, the greatest good of these journeys is unique the amount of time that we spend together as a family.”