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Suggestions on beach places for a babymoon (w/ an 11-mo-old)? :)

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It's been too long since my husband & I have gone on vacation, and with the new
baby coming mid-March we've decided it's time. We'd love to go somewhere
unspoilt with a beach (nothing uber expensive or touristy), and we'll have our
11-mo-old & nanny in tow.
We're flying from Southern CA and we've come up with Maui (condos for rent provide a nice way to house the nanny)
and the Bahamas (there's an oceanfront yoga place, with no yoga required :) so
far. (I'd really love to be going to Morocco, Bali or Bora Bora, but don't think
the flight time will work for the baby.)
Would love your insights! Thank you!
Lindsay

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