A big thanks to Saigon local Rae Oliver, aka @mothercityslicker, for providing this amazing guest post. Read on to find out all about the best, and cheapest, places to find vegetarian and vegan food in Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) in Vietnam. What’s one of the best parts of setting off on a getaway around … Continue reading Where to find the best (& cheapest) vegetarian & vegan food in Saigon
Updated 25/10/19 Spain is not a country I would generally associate with plentiful vegan options. Much like France, Spain is a place that makes me think of rich meats and mature cheeses, an abundance of fine cuisine - but not a lot that has been produced without an animal's input somewhere along the way. Turns … Continue reading Great Vegan Restaurants in Barcelona.
India is a vast country with a rich history and culture, which makes it difficult to know where to start when you’re planning your trip. Where do you go first? What do you do? Today I've got a post from a guest writer for you all, who has rounded up five interesting Indian traditions you … Continue reading 5 Indian Traditions You Should Experience for Yourself
Two things that are underrated: coaches, and staycations. Staycations because when you live somewhere as small and as ordinarily rainy as the UK, going elsewhere in the same country never seems as exciting or adventurous as going abroad. And coaches, because normal buses are rubbish and coaches are just like buses, aren't they? Well, sort … Continue reading A Coach Trip to Cambridge
Travel apps are great. They turn a lot of the tricky parts of international travel into distant memories, things like attempting to translate menu items and finding your way around winding side alleys in big cities. But there are so. many. of. them. Pretty much every company or service you can think of, someone in … Continue reading Travel apps you shouldn't set off without