During our upcoming holiday, we'll be spending about a month in a remote village, about 3 hours drive from the nearest city, probably about 2 hours drive from the nearest pharmacy. After heavy rains, the road becomes unusable and it may be a couple of days before we'd be able to get to a pharmacy.
As we'll be going with our 11-month old twins, I want to cover their needs first, medical supplies-wise. I have the following list:
- Calpol (children paracetamol)
- Nurofen (children ibuprofen)
- Salin nasal spray
- Teething gel
- Children antihistamine
- Nappy rash cream
- Hydrogen peroxide
What other medicine should I take?
Edit: we'll be in the Caucasian mountains, in Georgia (not the GA, USA). There are no African bees, bears, volcanoes or malaria, but there are regular mosquitoes and bees, lots of sun and a very fast mountain stream/river and, at the same time, very cold nights.