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By Tina • Apr 26, 2017
Our family of four booked our very first family vacation to Bali and Perth for 3 weeks in August. It was our first real trip since the kids were born, which also means our first time on an airplane. it’s the longest flight that we have ever taken. I did get nervous thinking about our long journey, but hey, I can think of a lot of things more challenging than traveling on a long flight with 2 toddlers...
By George Charles Darley • Sep 20, 2017
There is something about really inaccessible destinations that has the allure of nectar for independent travelers. Perhaps it’s the satisfaction of knowing you are one of only 0.00001 percent of humanity who will ever experience the place. Or the reward of arriving somewhere exquisite after a long and arduous journey. Or the anticipation of boasting to your friends and family about all the adventures you had getting there. I guess it’s something about earning your travel experience.
By Carolina Gasiorowski • Oct 26, 2017
Traveling is one of those pastimes that is probably under rated. If we all went a way from our comfort zones, at least once a year, who knows, we could make this world a better place by refreshing and revitalizing both body and mind. Traveling is an activity that makes exploring places exciting and meeting the most unexpected people an event etched, hopefully, in everlasting memory.
By Tanya Morgan • Dec 7, 2017
Being a vegan in Hawaii allows me to enjoy so many varieties of fruits and vegetables and as well as benefiting from of all the nutrients I get from eating them. I’m happy to share about where I go to find the most organic options, food safety, the culture around being vegan- conscious and the consciousness of the island.
By Tina Chau • Dec 16, 2017
We packed our bags and headed Upstate New York with our two vegan toddlers. There was absolutely gorgeous fall foliage during the two-hour drive. I have always wanted to experience staying in a tiny home. All those endless hours watching YouTube videos of how people gave up their big houses and mortgages to move into a tiny home. Allowing them to free up their time to enjoy themselves and not having to worry about taking care of their big expensive homes.
By Jaylani L • Dec 20, 2017
Located in the Philippines' largest city in terms of land area, Davao's perpetually busy and crowded Bankerohan Public Market can be overwhelming. It is also a tourist attraction in its own right. Known for its overabundance of cheap produce from across the Davao Region, it is a great place to find a wide array of fruit. Some of the native fruits you will find there are different varieties of durian that comes with a hard, spiky shell and its trademark overpowering smell many people love to hate. The market is also a good place to buy the purple and round-shaped mangosteen, the flesh inside resembles a white tangerine
By Tina Chau • Dec 25, 2017
We are excited to share with you our full interview with Wendy Werneth, creator of The Nomadic Vegan and author of the vegan food guide, Veggie Planet, where she talks about travel, veganism, and her experiences as a vegan globetrotter.
By Sarah Rivera • Jan 3, 2018
Everyone who has gone vegetarian or vegan can probably relate to the initial struggles, especially when you go traveling. One of the trickiest part as a newbie is learning to be more mindful and deliberate about your choices -- from making special requests for in-flight meals to studying menu descriptions and reading food labels carefully. But worry not because it gets easier. Here are some of the things worth knowing before you hit the road.