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As beautiful and wild as it is, Africa is also different and when I was writing about travel tips for kids I realized that Africa warranted a separate section. This is one place I’d go back to in a heartbeat and so would my son as we both love First shine all Phyto thirsty drugstore [...]

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It’s back to new term school time with the typical check list: wrap new books, organise stationary, bag and bottle. A good water bottle is such a blessing and I only realized the true value of a good quality design after experiencing leaks all over the bag in spite of the bottle looking quite snazzy. [...]

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edit my essay p>For this one, lay your hands on a fresh uncut loaf of white bread. Get a sharp long knife or a baker with one. Get the loaf cut into long horizontal slices instead of the regular vertical small ones. Take one slice?and evenly spread butter on it.

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If you have ever moaned about your kids growing up in Mumbai with a complete disconnect to nature, welcome to the club! Help seems here though as we recently discovered while camping at the Big Red Tent, a two-hour drive out of Mumbai.

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download adobe cs6 p style=”text-align: left;”>Watching all those exclusive channels dedicated to traveling and the world becoming much smaller for the aspiring traveler, travel is always on my mind. Traveling with a kid for the first time was daunting(you should have seen my luggage) but as the years have gone by, I realize, Soap using [...]

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New mama on the go If you, post baby want to be out and about and would rather not depend on ayah, husband, mother, friend to move around town, then you have to get yourself a good car seat. Even if you have a chauffeur, a good car seat is essential. We knew our baby [...]

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Travel companion Volumes of information can be found about babies’ eating habits, feeding aids, weaning foods, recipes that will have them begging for more (yeah right!)… you get the picture. We found that the single most important meal time tool was the high chair. A recurring nightmare that pushed us in the direction of the [...]

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Choo-Choo Train I sometimes wonder at how things change. The first time I flew I was five years old, the first time my daughter flew she was just one. I spent most of my vacation time on trains and loved it, she spends as much time in airports and hates it. The only time she [...]

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