Travel With The Bayfield Bunch

The Okkatots Travel Baby Depot Backpack Bag is one of the coolest pack ever for traveling with a baby. I don’t think you can find one better than this; it can carry everything you might need for your little one be it a day trip or longer. It depends on the type of pain meds. Traveling and getting Schedule II narcotics filled can be challenging. State laws differ. Best bet is to see if the MD will post-date (i.e. date it for when it is DUE to be filled) a prescription for you to fill while traveling (assuming it is in the U.S.). Other alternative is to have a friend or family member fill it for you at your usual pharmacy and have them mail it.

I was there for the launch where, fortuitously, the sun was shining so fiercely that we were all hiding in the shade (that’s some midday wisdom to be proud of). The burger is king here – try the marinated chicken option, served with incredible sweet potato fries.

Perhaps what has been the most fun project though, has been the Yabangee TV profile we did of Efendi, which I consider to be the best cocktail bar in the city. It’s up on Yabangee’s brand new YouTube channel, and I thought I’d do the honour of sharing it below. Helping to launch Yabangee TV, it’s been a pleasure no matter how you look at it.

Forget everything you thought you knew about tree houses – the ones at Treehotel are nothing like the den you cobbled together as a kid. Each has its own unique look, from the suite designed to look like a bird nest, to the giant mirrored cube that appears almost invisible at the right angle. There’s even one that looks like a UFO. All of the tree-rooms are 4 – 6m off the ground, pitched in the middle of a tall pine forest overlooking a river, and accessible by ramp, bridge, or electric stairs.

Before going to the post office to submit the application, I went to a local Walgreens store to get a passport photo taken. Passport photos have to be 2 inches square and show a full face view from the shoulders up. You need to submit two copies with the application.Travel

Hi Elaine. What do you mean by tax? We paid I think 200 Pesos or more in the airport in the Bureau of Animals but I can´t remember anymore how much exactly we paid. It was not much though. Good luck to your plan of bringing your dog to our home country. Thanks for dropping by.