4 Things I Learned From a Trip Gone Wrong

This past weekend, Maya and I were seeking refuge from a cold day in Jasper by tucking into the Parks Canada Visitor’s Centre. Endless whining-turned-crying suggested her feet were cold. No wonder: she had kicked off her winter boots and had only her socks to break the cold wind. Beyond finding warmth for us, my mission there was to find a phone because my cell had just died two seconds after texting my husband: I need help. Will call a taxi if I don’t hear back in 10 minutes. Poor guy had no idea what I was referring to and, like any loving father, reverted to near-panic mode.

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Travelling with a Baby: A Short Guide to French Polynesia

Perhaps you have heard of Tahiti and Bora Bora. These are just two of 118 islands and atolls in French Polynesia! Each one has its own character and allure, from the remoteness and gin-clear waters of Maupiti to the craggy peaks of Moorea. You’ll have to do some digging to see which ones suit you, and if you’ve got a baby coming along, you’ll want to be extra picky. The information below should help you make the right choices.

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