A Glorious Vegan Year in Travel Photos

Travelling the vegan road is so fulfilling. To travel vegan means to experience the road less travelled, without harming animals, my health and the environment. For my last essay this month, I have chosen those photos from my blog posts in 2018 that stood out as my favourites.

As you ponder the dwindling days of December and prepare to enter 2019, spare a moment to reflect on this photo essay of beautiful images that’s my way to say thank you for supporting my work.

I hope that these last remaining days in December are restful for you, before an exhilarating New Year in 2019 starts.

Compassionate Living Vegan Pop-up Market: Q+A with Ruwani Ekanayake (January)

Soul Mates Gather for Valentine’s Day Dinner at Soulpod Foods (February)

Cruising for a Port Day in Hobart, Tasmania (March)

Easter Vegan Daytrips in Melbourne You Can Do Anytime (April)

The Ultimate Island Hop: 8 Top Australian Islands to Explore (May)

Where to Go in Victoria to Ease your Weekend Wanderlust (June)

Travelling to a Destination is Finding your Way Through (July)

Fire & Tea’s Monthly Newsletter (August)

A Train Ride to Batu Caves in Malaysia (September)

Vegan Food Speaks Volumes in Singapore (October)

How to Visit Peninsula Hot Springs on a Wellness Escape (November)

Bust the Burnout and Travel for Wellness (December)

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