Food & Drink

Conquer London’s Beer Mile

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More eloquently known as the “Bermondsey Beer Mile” - the mile itself has actually grown to a rather greedy two miles. Based along the archways of a railway line that runs towards London Bridge Station, just off London's South Bank. In the past few years, the craft beer industry has boomed, not just in London, of course. But London, always happy t[...]

The Travelettes guide to dining alone

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I clearly remember a time when even the thought of ordering a coffee alone embarrassed me. I’d wait outside the coffee shop for my friends to arrive, because, heaven forbid people thought I was drinking coffee alone. A time when I was more than paranoid about looking like I had no friends, or people looking at me because I’m by myself. Needless[...]

8 Exceedingly British Treats to Try in London

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As a Brit, I’m happy to admit that we are a nation of uninventive eaters. Besides the humble Yorkshire pudding, and adopting curry as our own, we have pretty much stayed off the world’s culinary map -and for good reason. Interestingly, we do have a lot of great restaurants and the food scene in London is amazing. But it revolves heavily around the food o[...]

Travelette cooks - A multi cultural salad bowl

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I’ve heard many things about Canada before I moved there. A lot of them were clichés. Those things people say just to say anything. Some I found to be (somewhat) true, some not at all. A thing that really stuck to my brain from the beginning on was comparing Canada to a salad bowl. A metaphor referring to the American melting pot, that I immediately f[...]

A food lover's packing list

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As much as I love to eat outside when traveling and explore new dishes, it can be draining and also expensive, especially when being en route for a longer period of time. Apart from that, I love to prep food myself and explore the local markets and supermarkets for new ingredients to try, including the locals’ favorite spice mix. Cooking yourself al[...]

A happy day in Bacalar, Mexico

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Travel destinations are like (potential) lovers: Sometimes you’ve been flirting forever, while others just appear out of nowhere. Some need to grow on you, for others you fall hard right away... love truly is a mysterious thing! During a quite spontaneous and wonderful trip through Quintana Roo and Yucatan, Mexico it happened - I spotted sparkly, tu[...]

Vegan in Toronto: 10 favorite places

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Admittedly, I have a thing for Toronto anyway, but trust me: if you like great people from all around the world, and more importantly great people making great food, there’s no way for you to not fall hard for this city. Period. This town will pamper your taste buds like nobody's business and you’ll cross paths with favorite dishes, recipes and folks yo[...]

Can you travel Thailand as a Vegan?

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My recent trip to Thailand was a trip for 'firsts'. It was of course my first trip to Thailand – which ten years into my globetrotting 'career' is much later than the average. It was also my first trip to South East Asia, my first long-distance trip with my partner and my first proper holiday (not blogging-related trip) in a pretty long time. However, i[...]

Top 10 Tips for Vegan Travel

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I've traveled abroad ever since I finished high school, but I've only been a vegan for about half a year now. Yet, I realised that traveling with a dietary requirement is quite different from traveling with an omni diet. It is harder at times, but certainly not impossible - sometimes even surprisingly easy and delicious! From the incredible vegan fare I [...]

10 Vegetarian dishes from around the world you NEED to try!

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It always surprises me that people think being a vegetarian would make travel harder. Truth is, it's something I rarely think about. I've traveled to around 60 countries in the world and have always found vegetarian food. True, sometimes there may only be one option (Mongolia I'm looking at you!), but in most other places there's a magnitude of foods to try [...]

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