Absolutely love this post from More Than Greens – going vegan was WAY easier than I expected, finding vegan junk food has (as you can see from my posts) been far too easy… but I’ve been in two minds about referring to myself as vegan lately because of the hassle and assumptions that come with the word. Things I didn’t really experience as a vegetarian!
Aside from my gigantic post about the many vegan dining options in Norwich, I haven't really written about the place I actually live. This is partly because when I first started this blog a couple of years ago, it was mostly just read by my friends and family - many of whom live in, or … Continue reading Summer Days on the Norfolk Broads
I've previously written about a charity I worked with in Cambodia, New Hope, and shared with you a great piece by Celina Bledowska about seeing the world by volunteering your way around it. Good causes around the world are a topic I'm keen to keep talking about, and so right now I'd like to draw … Continue reading Introducing Raksha Nepal
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
Long before I started documenting my travels in blog form, I went to Ghana. I was volunteering with a charity called Thrive Africa, putting libraries in schools and working with orphans and abandoned children. It's been several years since I spent my summer journeying the country from south to north and back down again, so … Continue reading 8 things to see and do in Ghana