Showing posts from October, 2017

HMCS Haida Royal Canadian Navy Destroyer in Hamilton Ontario

Travel Diary:
We left Niagara Falls and drove to Hamilton, Ontario. We made it to the outskirts of the city and slept at Wal-Mart for the first time ever. It went really well and we were happy to have saved the money we would have spent on a campsite. At $40-$50 a site, it's fair to say that Ontario has the most expensive campsites in Canada. Anyway, we were here in Hamilton. What is there to see in Hamilton anyway? We're glad you asked because it turns out there is a really cool Parks Canada site in Hamilton, the HMCS Haida. The HMCS Haida is a Royal Canadian Navy Destroyer which you can explore for free this year thanks to the Parks Canada Discovery Pass.

There is lots of information on the history. The ship served from 1943-1963 and it was in WWII and the Korean War. Eventually, it was retired and turned into a museum. It was quite the cold and wet day to be exploring the ship but still we were stoked to be there. Here is the view of Lake Ontario from the ship. You are free…

Best Places [Veganised] to Visit in Europe

Europe is an exciting continent to travel for vegan food. There are so many countries and cultures crammed together. They all have their own vegan scenes with unique food to offer and some international vegan food staples too. Many European countries are known for their meat and dairy-centric diets but nonetheless, there is much to be discovered throughout Europe in the way of vegan food. So go to Europe, see the amazing sights and enjoy the food. Here to help, these are some of our favourite places in Europe and a little advice on what to see and where to eat.

We spent around 5 days in Dublin and we fell in love with the place. The vegan scene seems to be pretty happening with events going on. Dublin has the best pubs and lots of live music. The atmosphere can't be beaten. When visiting we'd recommend checking out Cornucopia and getting the lunch special like we got in the picture below. It was reasonably priced and quite a substantial amount of food. It all fe…