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One of my very best friends is living in Burma for a year or two more. I really want to go visit her and have an opening on my calendar to go in November/dec of this year. I have a two year old son who would be traveling with me. Frankly getting to Burma from the U.S. with a two year old seems daunting. We survived the ten hour flight home fromAmsterdam this summer but I don't know about three days of travel to get to Burna.

And to add to my concern is the fact that my son has multiple food allergies. He's severely allergic to cashews. He's also allergic to peanuts, wheat, eggs, dairy and cottonseed oil. We do pretty well traveling except for breakfast but the thought of being so far away from medical care and him having an anaphylactic reaction worries me.

He's a good traveler but I'm wondering if it's just too much. Anyone have any thoughts? Things that would help and relieve my anxiety?

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