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  • The Best Vegan Food in Goa

    After a few weeks exploring the busier parts of India, It was finally time to slow down in Goa. Cody and I had visited once before, but Goa is quite large, so we wanted to

  • What to do in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

    Diverse. Diverse is a word that comes to mind when thinking of Ethiopia. Its international image of famine and dry desert is far from this authentic and varied country. Its complex culture, and long ties to Christianity,

  • What we ate in Tel Aviv

    By now, I think we are all aware of how simple it is for vegans to locate plant based food in Tel Aviv, so we chose not to do a vegan guide per say,

  • The Golden Temple- Where Everyone is Welcome

    First I would like to begin with the values of Sikhism. Sikhs must believe in equality. No discrimination is allowed on the basis of creed, gender, race, caste, status, colour, education, etc. The principles of brotherhood

  • Volunteering at Animal Aid Unlimited

      A few years ago I stumbled upon several videos of severely injured animals being rescued by local heroes in India. Some of the videos were very graphic, and every single one was incredibly touching. It

  • Essential Tips for Vegan Travellers to Koh Samui

    Koh Samui is famous for Thai cuisine making most vegans wonder if they can get a decent meal during their holiday. Luckily not every dish has seafood and it’s not as difficult as you

  • Vegan Guide to Prague, Czech Republic

      I had always thought of Czech as a meat and potato heavy country, and while this still holds true, the abundance of vegan and vegan friendly restaurants in Prague really excited and surprised us. We

  • Our visit to Viva Poland Farm Sanctuary

      Viva Poland is an animal protection organization located in Warsaw. One hour drive away from Warsaw is a village called Korabiwice. In this village is 14 hectares of land purchased by Viva Poland that is a

  • Spending the Day at Chernobyl

      The Chernobyl disaster was a catastrophic nuclear accident that happened on April 26th, 1986 in Ukraine. Cody and I were familiar with the blast, but we were never quite aware of the magnitude of the

  • Our Vegan Guide to Chiang Mai, Thailand

    Chiang Mai is a low rise city filled with ornate temples and canals. The pace of life is much slower than bustling Bangkok, but it has a charm all its own. In the last 20 years,

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Spending 3 days in Rome, Italy

Posted by • July 30, 2017 • Italy ,Vegan Travel 2 Comments

  Our ride arrived at 12:30pm and pulled up to the airport on time for check in for our flight to Rome via New Jersey. Cody walked up to the self check in machine, pulled

Getting Delhi Belly in India

Posted by • June 5, 2017 • India ,Stories ,Vegan Travel 2 Comments

  The joys of travelling. The new experiences, beach bumming, vibrant cultures, diversity, cheap hotels, and the food. Oh the food! But sometimes, it’s more like “ughhh the food”. Cody and I arrived in Delhi strong

Our time spent in Leh, Ladakh

Posted by • April 1, 2017 • Featured ,India ,Stories ,Vegan Travel 6 Comments

  Ladakh (“land of high passes”) is an autonomous region in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. It is surrounded by the Himalayas, and is one of the most sparsely populated regions in Jammu and

Exploring the city of Cairo, Egypt

Posted by • February 12, 2017 • Egypt ,Vegan Travel 2 Comments

  The locals call her Umm ad-Dunya–The Mother of the World–but we know her as Cairo. She is busy, noisy, teeming with people and vehicles, and by the end of your visit you will be clearing

Going on Safari in Masai Mara

Posted by • December 23, 2016 • Featured ,Kenya ,Travel Video ,Vegan Travel 8 Comments

  Kenya is most famously known for it’s national parks teeming with wildlife, with one of the most popular being Masai Mara.  Our last visit together was 7 years ago, so we felt it was due

Our Vegan Guide to Cairo, Egypt

Posted by • November 3, 2016 • Egypt ,Featured ,Vegan ,Vegan Travel 4 Comments

  I am so extremely excited to say that, thanks to the new found consciousness in local Egyptians who care about their health and animals, Cairo has become incredibly easy to find vegan food! The last

Visiting with Palestinian Animal League

Posted by • October 3, 2016 • Featured ,Palestine ,Stories ,Vegan 2 Comments

Prior to arriving in the occupied territories of Palestine, I learned about PAL (Palestinian Animal League) through  personal research. PAL is an animal, and human rights organization located in Ramallah, that works to empower youth, and

72 hours in Ljubljana, Slovenia

Posted by • September 14, 2016 • Slovenia ,Travel Video ,Vegan Travel Add Comment

  While driving through Italy to arrive in Ljubljana, we weren’t expecting Slovenia to be as green as it is. This young nation is one of Europe’s most forested countries (over 60%), and it is this

48 hours in Budapest, Hungary

Posted by • August 30, 2016 • Hungary ,Vegan ,Vegan Travel 2 Comments

  After an 8 hour overnight train ride, we arrived in our third destination with VeganTravel, Budapest, Hungary. We were tired but excited to discover what was ahead of us. Check-in time for our Airbnb

6 Month Travel Itinerary With Vegan Travel

Posted by • August 1, 2016 • Canada ,Featured ,Travel Video ,Vegan 5 Comments

  Last December we entered a contest through a website called Vegan Travel. They were throwing a contest to win a 6 month all expenses paid trip around the world (You choose your own destinations). So

Hanging out in Panama City

Posted by • June 15, 2016 • Featured ,Panama ,Stories 6 Comments

  We boarded our 11:45pm bus for Panama City, and prepared to hunker down for a 15 hour journey. I tend to whine every time we take a bus ride that exceeds 8 hours, but it’s

Heading to Ojo del Mar in the Osa Peninsula

  The alarm sounded at 5:30am. We peeled ourselves from bed, got dressed, and hastily made our way through breakfast. Despite rush hour in San Jose, we managed to hail a taxi immediately, and we were