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The Art of Being your own Vegan Travel Agent and a GPSmyCity Giveaway

We live in a time when travel is as easy and as accessible as ever. We travel when we want, where we want, and at a budget that’s suited to each of us. I remember when I first started my travels – without my parents – back in 2000. I remember having to visit a …

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Thailand’s Ecosystem Engineers: Q+A with Never Forget Elephant Foundation’s Ava Lalancette

The Never Forget Elephant Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation that operates on the Northern Thailand/Myanmar border. NFEF returns endangered captive elephants home to their natural jungle habitat while providing service to the local Karen Hill Tribe population. Through their work, NFEF aims to inspire sustainable solutions for elephant and environmental health. In this part of …

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How to Wear a Mask and Look After your Skin during COVID-19

All views and information presented in this blog post are for general guidance only and does not replace the advice from a medical professional. Please speak to your doctor if you have any concerns. What a wild time we’re living in. COVID-19 is affecting all of us and it doesn’t matter where in the world …

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Jonny Be Vegan and Plastic-Free: An Interview with Jonny Co-Founder Bec Villanti

It’s Plastic Free July and we’re all being urged to reduce our plastic consumption for the health of the planet.  When we look at all areas of our lives, plastic can be found everywhere; even down to our choices in intimate lifestyle products. Condoms are lumped into this category and trying to find plastic-free (and …

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Now is the Time to Go OhSo Vegan: An Interview with Cristina Santos

Veganism is experiencing a bumper year in 2020. In the last couple of years, veganism has sky-rocketed in popularity. As an example, the global vegan food market was worth $12.7 billion two years ago and is predicted to reach $24.06 billion by 2025. This shows that vegans are benefitting greatly by the plethora of vegan …

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Book Review: The Vegan Travel Handbook by Lonely Planet

You know when veganism is reaching new heights when a global publishing house decides to publish an all-vegan travel guide. In 2019, undoubtedly the year of the vegan, Lonely Planet has decided to publish The Vegan Travel Handbook. As a vegan traveller, I’m mindful of the destinations I travel to and I always wonder whether …

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The Vegan DIY Ethic: Help Businesses Travelling the Vegan Road Survive

There’s been movement in the vegan world of late; movement that is game-changing. Big businesses are developing vegan versions of foods, corporate supermarket chains are selling those foods, airlines are adding vegan menu items to their food service trolleys and big hotel chains are selling vegan food offerings. Celebrities and people of influence are adopting …

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Two Vegan Food Roads, One Woking Amazing Journey

Travelling the vegan road is one filled with tasty twists and turns, though it’s not often when two vegan roads merge into one. This is true for vegan restaurateurs, Kat Wang and Mike Dodd of Woking Amazing. As many vegans in Melbourne will attest, Woking Amazing is just that. Go to any Melbourne vegan festival, …

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My 3 Favourite Vegan Food Spots on the Mornington Peninsula

Heading to the Mornington Peninsula for a beachside getaway? Just over an hour’s drive south east of Melbourne, the Mornington Peninsula is a picturesque getaway destination. Beachside fun in the summer months, and nature walks through native bushland in the cooler months, the Mornington Peninsula affords travellers all the relaxation they need. Part of that …

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