I don't know if you've noticed, but since going vegan I've gotten really into food. I mean, everyone likes food, and I have always been a fan of food, but my holidays lately are increasingly centred around food. I've been to Amsterdam once before, for my 20th birthday, and I can't say I paid much … Continue reading Amsterdam’s Awesome Vegan Food
Across Europe there are stand-out destinations that go out of their way to be barrier-free. In this article by the talented Amy Young, we look at magnificent, accessible resorts and cities, right up to entire islands dedicated to being inclusive. No matter if you require wheelchair access or braille-ready attractions, inclusive tours, accessible beach facilities … Continue reading The best European destinations for accessible travel
Wellness retreats are, if you can afford them, great. What wellbeing warrior doesn't like the sound of yoga on the beach at sunrise, or in a candlelit treehouse in the woods at dusk? Mmm, wholesome. But the problem is, they can be really freakin' expensive. Conjuring up a more pocket-friendly, DIY wellness break does remove … Continue reading Low-Budget Wellness Breaks – Save Cash, Relax
When it comes to hunting down eco-conscious accommodation on a budget, Europe leaves us spoilt for choice. There's something for every style and purse string across the continent, but as per the title, I've picked out some top choices here that offer a good balance of pocket-friendly pricing and creature comforts. Introducing round 2 of … Continue reading Eco Resorts: Comfortably Conscious Travel, Europe edition 1
Spain is not a country I would generally associate with plentiful vegan options. Much like France, Spain is a place that makes me think of rich meats and mature cheeses, an abundance of fine cuisine - but not a lot that has been produced without an animal's input somewhere along the way. Turns out, Barcelona … Continue reading There’s loads of vegan food in Barcelona.