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There is something incredibly fascinating about vanlife. Downsizing everything in your life to live in a van and travel the world sounds like such a liberating and yet nerve-wracking thing to do. We reached out to Victoria Holder, founder of Victoria's Creative Kitchen, to find out what small space living on the road is really like. Victoria shares her journey from living in the comforts of her flat in London to embarking on a vegan vanlife and creating exquisite-looking and delicious vegan dishes while on the go.
Siquijor is probably one of the most underrated destinations in the Philippines. But this may soon change as more people are beginning to discover its charms. Known as the Island of Witches and the Mystic Island, Siquijor has stayed mostly under the radar except for adventure seekers and backpackers who have explored it, many of whom have chosen to stay there indefinitely or for good.
The people's warmth and hospitality, the wonderful attractions including the 37 UNESCO World Heritage Sites spread across the countries of Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam; the culture, and traditional cuisines -- these are just a few of the top reasons why Southeast Asia should be on your radar. Not to mention best value for money, especially if you avoid the tourist traps and get off the beaten tracks. Home to exotic fruits and abundant produce, it can be a fascinating place for vegans and vegetarians to visit. Still, it may not always be easy being a plant-based traveler in the area. So it helps to come prepared.