22.1.17

Vegan Travel Interviews: Where in the world did you discover your best meal/vegan find?

Travel blogging has occupied a lot of our time recently. We've been lucky enough to live and work in the UK on YMS visas which has allowed us to get decent paying jobs as well as enough holiday time to take advantage of the cheap travel deals you can get from the UK.

As we've got more immersed in the travel blogging world we've discovered lots of other travel bloggers making their own way. Each blogger has their own personality and method. There are tons of people with advice to share on their own experience and you can learn a lot to help plan your own travels which is why we decided to interview a few vegan travel bloggers. With the rise in vegans every year, we think it is important to share any information out there to help people love their vegan lifestyle.


18.1.17

Scotland Road Trip: Glasgow & Edinburgh

Travel Diary
Day 7-9

We've pretty much completed our road trip now. Now it's time to see a bit of Glasgow and try out the different vegan food available in Glasgow. 

16.1.17

The Versatile Blogger Award

We started our blog as a way to share our travels with our family back home. We moved abroad on a two year working visa. We now have two months of that visa left. We are honoured that we are starting to get recognition from other travel bloggers for the work that we are doing.

We received the Versatile Blogger Award nomination by Bonnita from Bonita on Safari. On her blog "she will take you to the loveliest sunsets, breathtaking views, peaceful rivers, dense forests, white sandy beaches and blue seas."
The Versatile Blogger Award is an award given to bloggers by bloggers as a fun way to discover new blogs.


15.1.17

Scotland Road Trip: Isle of Skye

Travel Diary
Day 5-7

Once we completed as much of the North Coast 500 route, we made our way to the Isle of Skye. One of the places we were looking most forward to on our trip.

We continued on our road trip around Scotland crossing the bridge from the mainland to the Isle of Skye.

11.1.17

Vegan Guide to Berlin, Germany

Berlin is the capital of Germany and also the country's most populated city. It is becoming known as the vegan capital of the world. There is lots of vegan and vegetarian restaurants in the city. On top of that there seems to be vegan options all over the place in non-veg places. You can even get the local dish currywurst veganized!


Why You Should Go: It is an exciting city with a variety of unique neighbourhoods. Berlin is well known for it's impressive museums and monuments. The public transport is excellent and very affordable making it easy to get around. The city is full of history and must see historic sights. Berlin is also an affordable city to live in and attracts all kinds of artistic types making the city full of all sorts of interesting attractions to see.

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