We all want to have grand adventures and do awesome things, but this post is about how to do all that without a lot of effort.
Whether you're on a six month backpacking trip or heading off for a week on the continent, it can be really, really easy to over pack. If you've ever found yourself taking multiple suitcases on holiday, or struggling around a bus station with aching shoulders under a backpack bigger than you are, it's time to … Continue reading The art of minimalist packing
Writing about how to travel cheaply in Southeast Asia feels like a bit of a cop out. In countries where a good meal costs the equivalent of £1, booze can start at anything from 10p a drink, cross-country travel is pennies and accommodation costs less than a cocktail, it isn't hard to be frugal. It … Continue reading Shoe-string travel in expensive countries
While finding veggie and vegan food in rural areas and fishing villages can be more of a challenge, eating animal-free in big cities across Thailand and Vietnam didn't prove to be any effort during the time I was there. In fact, even in the middle of nowhere it was pretty easy to find stir fried … Continue reading Eating Vegan in Bangkok
What do vegans even eat though?! Contrary to popular belief, the answer to this question is not "twigs and berries". I've had my annual salad, and seeing as how Berlin is often described as the 'vegan capital of Europe' there was approximately zero chance that I was going to go there and not stuff my … Continue reading Berlin Vegan Eats