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Reap the Benefits of a Great Australian Bushwalk

A great Australian bushwalk holds many benefits for travellers. It’s in our blood to wander and there’s unexplained beauty in that. Travellers are motivated to wander for many reasons – to explore new destinations, to find meaning or purpose in our lives or debunk a belief, to seek out connections and make life-long friends. There …

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Sponsored Post: Vegan Holiday Ideas when Travelling to Tasmania

Today’s post is sponsored by Webjet.com.au Australia and New Zealand’s leading online travel agency for cheap flights and cheap holiday packages. Tasmania can be chilly but is warmly welcoming, cosy and easily explored from a vegan perspective. All you need to do is book in a few days, or a longer cheap holiday package, to …

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I Choose Not to Order via a Food Delivery Service. Here’s Why…

There has never been a time in history when it’s so easy and convenient to use a food delivery service so we can experience our favourite food from in-demand restaurants. Because it’s now so convenient and accessible, we’re insatiably spoilt for choice. Gone are the days of ordering just pizza or Chinese food from the …

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Last-Minute Travel Packing Tips for the No-Time Traveller

There are only nine days before I head off for some more vegan travel and the time for travel packing is inching closer. I don’t know about you, but I have always been a last-minute travel packer. Don’t get me wrong, I’m an organised person. Yet, travel packing has always been a last-minute task for …

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To Market, To Market to Find Melbourne’s Vegan Boom

2017 in Melbourne, and worldwide, has been touted as the Year of Being or Becoming Vegan. Melbourne, Australia has witnessed a boom in local vegan markets across the city; vehicles to reach vegans and non-vegans on a hyper-local level. A massive, one-day event on World Vegan Day in November has occurred in Melbourne for the …

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Celebrating Melbourne’s Liveability for Vegans with 100 Victorian Directory Listings

Part of my motivation for starting the Fire & Tea blog is my passion for travelling through the city in which I live. This week, Melbourne was voted the world’s most liveable city in the world for the seventh year in a row. Seventh year in a row! Thinking back, I’ve been vegan for almost …

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When a Night of Local Travel Digresses to a Comedy of Errors

So, I entered a competition earlier in the week and I won two tickets to the Melbourne Comedy International Festival. In particular, I won a double pass to Australia’s own – Michael Workman – for last night. A welcomed win, indeed! I’ve been to the festival in years past and a good time always ensues. …

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Live a Happy New Year in 2017: Why You Should Travel and Not Chuck Sickies

Happy New Year to all of my readers and followers! I wish you all a fabulous 2017 and I hope it’s filled with many more travels and food journeys. What a week it’s been with so much celebrating over the Christmas and New Year’s Eve period. While I stayed engaged in my yoga practise when …

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