Tips to entertain your baby in the car on a road trip
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Car seats, while immensely safe and necessary, can be tricky for parents who wish to take their babies on long drives. Let’s face it. None of us would enjoy being strapped to a seat and have our movement restricted. At … Read More

Applying for our infant’s first U.S. passport
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It is a well-known fact both inside and outside of the United States (U.S.) that many Americans don’t possess passports. As Indian citizens living abroad with work visas, getting a passport for our newborn baby was one of our topmost priorities. After … Read More

Taj Exotica Maldives as a Babymoon Destination
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A little while ago, we jumped into a new category of travel blogging- talking about travel during pregnancy. When we started to research/read blogs on pregnancy travel, the information was quite varied. I understand, each pregnancy is not the same (and … Read More

Travel during Pregnancy: My First & Second Trimesters
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I walked up to the front row economy seats that the airline agent had upgraded us to. We were flying from Kolkata to Doha, on our way to Boston. This was the first of our two last flights before I … Read More

Best B&Bs, boutique hotels we have stayed in
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Traveling full-time and traveling with a full-time job are two separate worlds. We find ourselves in the latter category and happen to love squeezing travel into our lifestyle. There is often a ton of prior research involved before we hit the … Read More

A cheat sheet for beaches in Menorca
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The lady at the specialty store in Son Bou may have led us to our second best discovery in all of Menorca. A dessert called Terrina de helado elaborada con queso d.o. Mahon. This creme brûlée-like dessert is prepared with Spanish … Read More

An oasis in the heart of Mexico City: Xochimilco
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We’ve been out of action on the blog but that’s no excuse to not spread some travel cheer. So, we’re starting off where we left, on a fresh note – with the same enthusiasm and excitement about documenting our travels. … Read More

72 Hours in New Mexico
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North America’s National parks and monuments never cease to amaze us. Which is why, although traveling domestically can be expensive and time-consuming, the country’s otherworldly landscapes compensate for the pocket pinch. Thankfully, most national parks are connected via multiple airports. This … Read More

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