It’d been a few years since I hit the slopes, so I was super-excited to head to the ski resort of La Plagne in the Paradiski region of France. Continue reading “Travel Talk: Skiing in the Paradiski Region of France”
On my last visit back to Australia my mum and I went on a coffee date to a lovely little cafe she’d discovered within the suburbs of Sydney’s affluent North Shore. Continue reading “Travel Bites: Vegan Eats at Sprout Wholefood Cafe – Sydney”
Although high tea is a very British tradition and I’ve lived in London for more than seven years now, I’d never actually been. I ended up popping that particular cherry when I was back in Sydney recently…
I recently hit the big three-oh. (Gasp!) Although – contrary to popular belief – my life didn’t drastically alter the second the clock ticked over into my thirtieth decade on this Earth, I admit that I’m already ruing the loss of the ability to state vaguely that I’m “twenty-something”.
Iceland may be one of the most expensive countries I’ve ever visited but it’s also one of the most beautiful. Honestly, if you do get the chance… go. I promise it’s worth it. Continue reading “Travel Talk: Exploring Iceland – Reykjavik and Beyond”
Like most Nordic countries, Iceland isn’t a place that you immediately associate with vegetarian food. In a country known for dishing up lamb hot dogs, boiled sheep’s heads, smoked puffin, fermented shark and a lot of seafood, my vego friend and I wondered if we would struggle to find veggie-friendly options. Continue reading “Travel Bites: Vegan Eats at Kaffi Vinyl – Reykjavik”
Glasgow was voted the Most Vegan-Friendly City in the UK by PETA in 2013 and The World’s Friendliest City in a Rough Guides poll in 2015. With two pretty awesome titles to its name, Glasgow was a city I’d been wanting to check out for a long time. Continue reading “Travel Bites: Late Lunches and Late Nights in Glasgow”
I am currently in the process of applying for British Citizenship, which means I’ve been without a passport for a couple of months. Which consequently means no trips abroad. Tough when you work in the travel industry but tougher when you have a friend visiting all the way from Australia and can’t hop over to mainland Europe with her… Continue reading “Travel Bites: A Vegetarian Guide to Edinburgh”