Travel and Vegetarianism don’t always go hand in hand. I work and live in a fairly vegetarian and vegan friendly area. So things get rough sometimes when I travel. But for every not so ideal situation, there are about five others which went fantastically well. Here’s one example: a restaurant was about to close for the night but allowed us in and prepared a fresh and delicious vegetarian meal for a friend and I. We were so grateful to them! What made it even better was that it was a family owned restaurants and the chef and his children were all helping out. It was almost like a meal at a friend’s house. But now on to the not so great “being a vegetarian” moments!
Presenting: Top five things I’ve heard as a “Vegetarian on the Go” Continue reading Top 5 “Vegetarian on the Go”
A. Cancun. Tulum. Riviera Maya. Mexico City.
B. Rosarito. Tijuana. Ensenada.
Which group of Mexican cities and towns do you recognize? A or B? Probably A. My answer would be the same. But last week that changed. Now Baja California is an eternal part of my travel dictionary. How so? Continue reading Mexico, Baja California. Road Trippin’
In November 2016, your wannabe vagabond spent a few days in Cambodia. So why Cambodia? Why Siem Reap specifically? Answer: Travel goals, bucket list, 52 page passport, Angkor Wat, the whole nine yards. Typical tourist reasons. I’m a total geek for architecture, temples and all things history. Did Angkor Wat meet my expectations? Heck yes! It was everything I expected and more. Bayon, Ta Prohm, Angkor. Even in the endless heat and humidity (my shirt was literally dripping with sweat!) and with an occasional downpour or two, Angkor was a feast for both the eyes and mind. Continue reading Cambodia. Beyond Angkor.