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Nola Cafe Review, Hanoi, Vietnam

Anyone that knows me will be aware that I am a huge coffee addict. I love going to cafes and taking the time to meet a friend or spend an hour by myself enjoying a coffee and slowing down. Having a coffee feels indulgent but not excessive, it adds structure to an empty day or reflection in a busy one, it picks you up, it … Continue reading Nola Cafe Review, Hanoi, Vietnam

Why Greece Is Great For Vegan and veggieTravellers

The Best vegetarian and vegan dishes that you need to try in Greece Iman, Spanakopita, Gigantes and Gemista: Greek cuisine is one that’s packed full of Mediterranean vegetables, oil, beans, pulses and bread, making it one of the easiest countries to eat vegetarian or vegan in Europe. You might think of the country’s meaty dishes when you think of Greek cuisine however Greece actually has … Continue reading Why Greece Is Great For Vegan and veggieTravellers

Amazing Veggie Food You Have To Try In Tulum, Mexico

I loved Tulum in Mexico so much, partly for its beaches, partly for the bike rides, partly for our hostel but overwhelmingly for the food.  Before we got to Tulum we were a little disappointed with what Mexico’s Yucatan peninsula had to offer. After a week of travelling around Cancun and Playa Del Carmen what we’d seen of Mexico had in all honesty seemed a little tacky, … Continue reading Amazing Veggie Food You Have To Try In Tulum, Mexico

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How To Order Coffee In Vietnam

Vietnam coffee guide: From Hanoi to Hue, How to order coffee like a pro in Vietnam (and where to get it from) Whenever people ask me what my favourite destination I’ve travelled to so far is, I struggle but I usually come to the same answer: Vietnam, and that’s mainly for the coffee. When I turned up to Hanoi in October as part of my … Continue reading How To Order Coffee In Vietnam

What I ate in a day: Costa Rica

Traditional, Vegan, Gluten free and vegetarian food in Costa Rica, Central America As promised here’s the next of my ‘what I ate in a day‘ posts that I’ll be writing up about my recent trip through Central America. We all know that eating is one of the best parts of travelling and personally I’m always fascinated by diets in other countries so I thought this would … Continue reading What I ate in a day: Costa Rica

Anyone Else Getting Bored Of Brunch?

A few weeks ago nothing used to please me more than going for brunch. I loved the whole process of it. From getting out of the house bright and early, to ordering my favourite coffee, to pondering over scrambled eggs on sourdough toast or a bowl of shakshuka while eagerly anticipating the well framed photo and caption that I would later post on Instagram. Then I … Continue reading Anyone Else Getting Bored Of Brunch?

El Salvador: Why Pupusas Are The Best Thing You’ll Ever Eat

A foodies guide to eating in El Salvador Before I actually got to El Salvador in Central America, I wasn’t too sure what I was actually going to blog about. I didn’t know much about the country, I was only going to be there for a couple of nights and in all honesty in comparison to other countries I was travelling to like Guatemala and Costa … Continue reading El Salvador: Why Pupusas Are The Best Thing You’ll Ever Eat

What I Ate In A Day: Guatemala

Eating my way through Central America: A foodies travel guide to Guatemala As you probably already know from this blog, eating is one of my favourite pastimes and before I went backpacking around Central America I was really intrigued about what the food would be like. We all know what Vietnamese and Thai food is like but Guatemalan food? Not so much. So, I have … Continue reading What I Ate In A Day: Guatemala

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Have you bean? Why coffee lovers should travel to these 15 countries

From Guatemala to South Africa.  A unique travel guide for the worlds best coffee cultures and coffees (and where to get them) I spend a lot of time in cafes when I travel around the world.  It’s not just the caffeine buzz that I’m hooked on. Any coffee lover will know that its more than just a drink. Coffee a way to socialize, slow down and … Continue reading Have you bean? Why coffee lovers should travel to these 15 countries

The chocolate Tartufo: Romes’ greatest indulgence

On Blue Monday, I thought everyone, myself included, could do with a little escapism. So here’s a little flashback back to a foodie moment on a trip to Rome. Cheers to sunnier days. The deep, rich taste of the chocolate grounds me to the spot. On the outside it’s adorned with a casing of jagged chocolate fragments. The bitterness exacerbated from the coldness of it. … Continue reading The chocolate Tartufo: Romes’ greatest indulgence