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This couple are taking their children around the world before the kids become blind because of a genetic disease

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Sébastien Pelletier and Edith Lemay with their children, Laurent, Leo, Colin and Mia. (PHOTO: Facebook/Pleinleursyeux)
Sébastien Pelletier and Edith Lemay with their children, Laurent, Leo, Colin and Mia. (PHOTO: Facebook/Pleinleursyeux)

There aren’t many kids who know what it’s like to travel around central Mongolia in a camper van or visit Turkey’s Cotton Castle or be able to say they’ve rubbed shoulders with the Masai people of Tanzania.

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The four Pelletier children from Quebec in Canada have done all of it – and if their parents have their way, they’ll soon be seeing plenty more of the world’s most famous sites.

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