Traveling the world with food allergies presents itself with a whole set of challenges. But seeing the Grand Canyon, Leaning Tower of Pisa or the Arc de Triomphe is not only possible; it can be easier than you think.
All it takes is a well-crafted plan.
Sue recently returned from an extended trip abroad. With thoughts of travel still in her head, she welcomes food allergy advocate and expert traveler Kyle Dine to the show. Together the duo layout several steps to successful travel both domestically and internationally. They share their own food allergy traveling experience and also cover the following travel related topics.
- What to do before you leave on vacation
- How to deal with airlines
- Working around language barriers in other countries
- Eating in restaurants
- Shopping for food in foreign lands
- Going to all-inclusives including resorts and cruises
About Kyle Dine
Kyle Dine is a trusted food allergy educator and musician who performs engaging allergy awareness assemblies in elementary schools across North America. Along with his crowdfunded “Kyle Dine & Friends” DVD, his two CDs contain empowering and educational messages for children with food allergies. He has multiple food allergies to peanut, tree nut, egg, seafood, and mustard.
Kyle has been working with Food Allergy Canada (formerly Anaphylaxis Canada) since 2008 creating resources for their youth program and managing their social media.
He is also the founder and owner of www.allergytranslation.com – a website that provides translation cards for allergic travelers in 43 different languages. He is a co-founder of the upcoming travel resource website at www.allergytravels.com.