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Bebe Voyage recently had the pleasure of hearing from travelers Gyongyi and Jurgen; Hungarian and Dutch parents living in Amsterdam. They chose to take a sabbatical after their daughter Mirin was born to travel, meet other people, and experience different cultures. They shared with us their stories of the unique delights and challenges they experienced while traveling through Japan, …

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Traveling with your baby might be one of the most unforgettable moments in your life as a mom or dad. Creating new memories and experiencing new things in a different country with your little one is truly special. But it’s not always easy. Traveling with an infant requires careful planning. In addition to the stress …

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Going on a safari with a baby is possible… and even fun, believe it or not! During our time in Mozambique, we had the opportunity to explore a lot of safari, game and national parks through out Mozambique, South Africa, Swaziland, Botswana and Namibia. Below are a few comments based on our experiences of going …

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What is the Thai word for peanut? Can I fly with my child’s meds? How do I minimize the risk of an allergic reaction while on a flight? These are just some of the daunting questions that parents may face when traveling with a child who has food allergies. Traveling is a lifestyle for Cyndi …

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Hands up if you have day dreamed about leaving your 9-to-5 lifestyle behind and hitting the road! Reading through the questions on the BebeVoyage group, we know that many of you dream about an around the world trip or an extended family sabbatical.  Meet Emmie & Evie, the Australian mom & daughter duo behind www.mumpacktravel.com …

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When my son was two years old he was diagnosed with asthma. The diagnosis threw me for a number of reasons: firstly, no-one in our immediate family suffered from asthma and so I had no experience dealing with it, and secondly my thoughts immediately jumped to how would this be managed in light of how …

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My ruminations on flying with a toddler were crystallized when we recently flew on JetBlue from New York-JFK to New Orleans (and back). After the trip, we got a customer feedback survey from JetBlue asking about our experience and it got me thinking about the experience of flying with toddler in the US. The JetBlue …

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