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20 places to eat vegan with kids in Norwich

Don’t be put off by Janet Street Porter’s recent claims that she’s moved to Norfolk! Norwich is a quintessentially British city and has become our second home. Outside London we think it’s the most vegan friendly place in the UK and we’re not the only ones to think this. Not only is the city small…

Where to eat vegan food in Flores, Guatemala

Guatemala has become one of my new favourite countries and Flores is top of that list. Not only was it immensely beautiful, the people were welcoming and helpful, the weather was hot (and rainy), the clouds were very impressive and there was MUCH vegan food! Guatemala We were warned before we went to Guatemala to…

Where to eat vegan in Mahahual Mexico

Being vegan in Mahahual was incredibly challenging and very costly. Each meal cost us around 400-500 pesos which is roughly £15-19/$21-26.  So in a bid to save money we attempted to only eat two meals a day and buy our own fruit and vegetables but this in itself was just as expensive. Here’s out top…

Being vegan in Bulgaria

We were warned before going to Bulgaria that the food was very heavy on meat, cheese and cream… Usually all in one dish! So we had a fair idea of what to expect before we got there however we were pleasantly surprised when we discovered it wasn’t that bad! Being vegan in Bulgaria required a…

Best vegan jaunts in Port Douglas, QLD

After twenty eight days backpacking Vietnam, Malaysia and Sumatra we hit Port Douglas famished and disheveled. Here are our recommendations on the best places to eat and get your hair done! If you think I’ve missed some out, leave me a comment below! Port Douglas Port Douglas is a small and quaint town in Queensland’s…

On the road: Being vegan in Madeira

Let’s face it, when we think of food from European countries like Portugal, Spain and Italy, veganism isn’t the first thing we think of and because of this we just didn’t know what to expect.  We always pack food in our suitcases to tide us over the first few days; little things like a bag…

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