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It seems to be legal to send medication to visitors in Canada, under the circumstances you specified, but I'm currently unsure which company will actually do so. If all else fails, I suggest contacting the US embassy in Canada for specific recommendations.
Visitors to Canada: Visitors to Canada may bring into Canada, on their
person a single course of ...
The customer service representative at FedEx had it right. Health Canada only allows specific entities to import prescription drugs. Source
Your father would have been allowed to take up to 90 days supply with him, but he cannot import more drugs now that he's there.
He would appear to have two options: find a Canadian doctor who can prescribe the ...
There are two aspects to this, risk of damage to the strips, and risk of damage to you if your checked luggage is lost, stolen, or even substantially delayed.
Check the package for temperature range and any other limitations on storage for the strips you are using.
For anything medically necessary, you need to have enough in your carry-on and under your ...
The west coast of Ireland will suit your requirements as long as you select a town or village that has what you need.
There can be a heat wave but even then the temperatures are relatively low, 20's mostly.
The father north, the fewer tourist and a bit inland you will find even less tourist while the weather is still cool.
As Ireland and Germany are both ...
Yes, you can buy prepackaged food in convenience stores throughout India and there are many. Even in small shops you can buy prepackaged food like cakes, or ready to eat stuff etc. which you can heat up in your room.
But prepackaged food in India does not mean that you will not get sick. If you want to avoid getting sick in India you have to do:
There is no 7-11 in India. Convenience stores that sells pre-packaged food that can be heated up like 7/11 are rare.
You can visit shopping malls in the area or hypermarket and search. They may sell it. However, noodles, bread, biscuits and other things that can be eaten right away or bit cooking is available in even the smallest store.
Just a pro tip: ...