Do you remember my little kiwi brothers who were sitting on my bookshelf? They are quite adventurous. I adopted them at a souvenir shop in Auckland, New Zealand and now they’re my travel buddies. Their curiosity meets my wanderlust; it made us good travel companions.
A few months ago the Kiwi Brothers came to me, and wanted to have a talk.
We had a long conversation. They had their dreams and they needed me to make them happen.
They wanted to open up a travel blog for kids. They wanted to teach kids how fun travel is and what it is like to be out in the wild world: how to travel, where they’ve been, and what’s really out there. They want to be a modern day Carmen Sandiego.
So, they asked me for help; to set up a blog and make videos and blog posts. As a big sister and a travel blogger myself, I couldn’t resist their request. How cute they are, wanting to teach kids about travel and the world.
So here we are, the new travel blog opens; we call it “Traveling Kiwis” because it’s what they are.
They are Kiwi Brothers; Big Kiwi Brother and Little Kiwi Brother. Or just simply, BKB and LKB.
They wrote an About Page for themselves.
BKB is a softy and he’s witty. He likes to eat and likes to go into the pockets. And most importantly, he takes care of little brother.
LKB is a tech guy. He knows WordPress and he produces videos. He’s smart but he likes to be taken care of by his big brother.
Big Kiwi Brother Journal: BKB’s Travel Journal.
Little Kiwi Brother Journal: LKB’s Travel Journal.
Where we’ve been: Follow Kiwi Brothers’ footsteps.
Kiwi How to: They’ll teach you how to do/eat/use things about travel.
Our Friends: They’ll introduce the friends they meet on the road, and their other siblings.
Photo Moments: Their memorable moments in Photos.
Kiwi Videos: They like to be on film. They make lots of videos of their fun moments.
Read their adventures on their blog: Traveling Kiwis
Like them on Facebook
Follow them on Twitter
Watch their videos on YouTube
We put this welcome video together for first time visitors.
And please give them a ‘like’ if you like their ideas. See you there!