10 Tips for Traveling Overseas
After I was diagnosed with celiac disease nearly a decade ago, I traveled internationally to London. Iím not sure that trip really counted in terms of navigating my special dietary needs overseas. Not only could I speak the language, I stayed at a friendís flat and cooked most of my meals in her kitchen. Easy-peasy. Recently I vacationed in Parisóa huge step outside my gluten-free comfort zone. Its gluten-full croissants, baguettes and crepes are just as famous as the Eiffel Tower. And my high school French wasnít just rusty; it was essentially gone.