Home exchange stories, Intervac

First Home Exchange for Second Generation Members

Intervac’s national representative in Spain got this wonderful testimony:

I’m the second-generation of Intervac members in my family and I see how things have changed. In the past, my parents received a lot of letters from foreign families with brochures from foreign places and, at most, two or three pictures of the house.

Now, I see that my parents were very ahead of their time!

Today, I am the one exchanging my house to travel with my own family. This will be our first exchange and we are looking forward to it with great enthusiasm. My parents never had a problem during thier nearly 30 years of exchange. I hope to have the same luck with my exchange to Britain.

I am sure our member’s parents must be very pleased with that compliment too. It is true that there are very few complaints and there is no more comfortable way to see the world with your family.

Kids love home exchange. It is exciting for them to stay in someone else’s home, to play with different toys and explore a new neighborhood. Parents love home exchange with children – there’s lots of room and plenty for them to do.

In fact, kids love it so much that when they grow up and have kids of their own, many continue the home exchange tradition. They want to offer their own children the chance to make warm travel memories and foreign friends of their own.

Come on, give Intervac a try today. You know you want to.

 

This is part of the Intervac Home exchange stories series. Do you have a story yourself? We would love to hear about it! Tell us your story.

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