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We are planning on going to visit family in South Africa in the fall. I am worried about the plane ride for my 3 yr old son who has a peanut and tree nut allergy. We would be flying from Cleveland,...
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I'm traveling for work in a couple of months to Poland and I have been really nervous about being able to eat in foreign countries. I feel a lot safer going to Poland than I would to a place in Asia...
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I'll be traveling in South-East Asia for 2.5 months and I have a peanut allergy. I am anaphylactic, however I can be around peanuts and if the person beside me is eating peanuts, I will be fine so I...
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My wife and I are considering traveling to Borneo, but I have a very serious peanut allergy. We are planning on staying in Sabah at a higher-end hotel/resort in order to better manage the foods I eat...
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Has anyone travelled to Disneyland Paris with a Peanut allergy? I know they do have special meals there for allergy suffers. They have a menu with 4 meals to choose from (which will get extremely...
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So I would love some feedback on this. I am debating whether or not to travel to Australia this spring. Very close friends of ours are living in Brisbane (working for Boeing) and will be there...
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We are looking at travelling to all inclusive this summer to either Maya Rivera, Punta Cana or Jamica. Our son has a life threatening allergy to peanuts and nuts and so far we have not travelled...
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I am headed to Paris this summer (with a peanut allergy), and I was wondering if anyone could give me any tips/advice on how to handle my allergy abroad. I'm very apprehensive/nervous about doing...
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Hi everyone, My name is Vera Hood. I have been allergic to tree nuts and peanuts my whole life. Having an allergy severely impacts my ability to travel with ease. My experiences have led me to...
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Hi. I have a young son with PA and currently live in the U.S. There is a very strong possibility that I may have to move to either Singapore, Bahrain, Korea, or Japan for work in the next few months...
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We are traveling to Hong Kong in a couple of weeks. Recently we discovered that our daughters are severely allergic to all nuts and nut oils. Is there any place that anyone can recommend us to eat...
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We are planning to to got the HK and Singapore with our PA kids. Normally, we have never though of a flight being dangerous (we have been travelling 2-3 times a year without incidence). Recently, our...
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Any recommendations of safe places to eat in Kona, the Big Island? peanut and tree nut allergy
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I am 25 years old and have lived with a peanut allergy my entire life. I am severly allergic to the point I will die if I even have the slightest amount of a peanut (without immidiate medical...
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Hi guys I'm totally new to this forum, I've suffered from a severe peanut and nut allergy my whole life (19 years) and am about go on holiday abroad for the first time! I will be going to Tenerife to...
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Hi I'm going to South Korea in 2 weeks through an exchange program. I have a pretty bad peanut allergy, and have notified the program about it. We will be eating at restaurants, a cafeteria in a...
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Hi, I am new to the forums. I am 21 and want to travel but my family is very nervous. I was wondering if anyone with a peanut allergy has traveled anywhere (namely in Europe) that is pretty safe in...
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Does anyone have Epipen instructions in Spanish or know how I can get some? How about any handouts on how to deal with nut allergies en espanol? Thanks!
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Just wanted to make people aware if you are traveling in the Myrtle Beach area to be aware of the Barefoot Landing Center. We took our 3yr old PA son there and were surprised to see peanuts...
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Does anyone know any nut-free or nut-allergy friendly restaurants, bakeries, products, etc in Portland? Any resources? I can't find ANYTHING at all nut-free (although lots of gluten free and vegan...
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