vegan travel tips

How to Bring Vegan Recipes Home and Cook Them

It’s exciting to try local cuisine that’s made from vegan recipes when you travel overseas and even better if you can bring those recipes home. But sometimes it’s difficult to replicate those vegan recipes once you’re back in your kitchen. Here are some handy hints on how you have the best chance at bringing vegan …

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How to Get Wild for the Wellbeing of the Animals

This week marked World Wildlife Day. On March 3 in 1973, the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) was signed. Now, March 3 celebrates and raises awareness of the world’s wild animals and plants. However, we live in a world where humans are encroaching on the wilderness through …

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Travelling the Vegan Road is Easy. Knowledge is the First Step.

You’ll be very familiar with actor Joaquin Phoenix’s acceptance speech at the Oscars this week. I’m assuming you would be, because it attracted mainstream media attention as well as applause from the international vegan community. Joaquin Phoenix is vegan and he is fortunate to have a vast platform from which he can communicate his vegan …

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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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Be a Vegan Travel Guide for your Travelling Friends

If you have friends who live interstate or overseas, it’s inevitable they’ll travel to your town to visit. They’ll be bright-eyed and bushytailed, ready for an adventure seeped in secret spots only you know about. They’ll also hit you up for your tips – your must-do’s and must-see’s. But what if your roaming friends are …

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No Meat No Worries When You Travel in May

I’ve spent the greater part of my travel writing life travelling the vegan road. It’s a road that hasn’t always been a straight one. Rather, it’s been a road of mistakes, miscalculations and misinterpretations. Language barriers have been tested and culturally-accepted traditions have been questioned. Even relationships with friends and family members have taken a …

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Sustainability, Wellness and Veganism in the City of Moonee Valley

The council area of the City of Moonee Valley here in Melbourne has been nominated as a finalist in the Sustainable Environment category for the 2019 Wellbeing City Award this week. The 2019 Wellbeing City Award is the world’s first global competition that recognises city-led action on urban wellbeing. A part of the reason why …

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Hilltop Hooves Vegan B&B: Your Happy Place in Romsey

Having the courage to live in alignment with one’s values can sometimes be a challenge in the vegan world, but not so for Sophia Grewal of Hilltop Hooves Vegan B&B. From urban dweller ‘climbing’ the corporate ladder in publishing and travel just over a year ago to vegan B&B owner in the lush hilly surrounds …

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