Elephants, Gibbons and Bears- Oh my!

Compassion for animals is intimately connected with goodness of character; and it may be confidently asserted that he who is cruel to animals cannot be a good man. If you don’t know (although I’m pretty confident that by now all of my lovely readers definitely do), I LOVE animals. By love I really mean love…

What vegans eat- Koh Phangan

Koh Phangan was possibly THE most vegan friendly place I’ve ever been to; which honestly came as quite a shock. From the moment we stepped off the ferry and bumped into a small vegan cafe where we had the most delicious lunch, I knew we’d come across a winner. Unfortunately for me, I only visited…

May Kaidee- Aroi Mak

I’ve wanted to do a cooking class in Thailand for forever; Thai food is my favourite cuisine, I can’t figure out what the hell I’m doing in my little hotpot, so it makes sense to get some professional help. Plus it got Joe, Megan and I out of the tropical storm that is ravaging Bangkok…

A vegan’s survival guide to 7/11

Like churches in Poland, pubs in England and Mcdonalds in America- 7/11’s are a BIG deal in Thailand. Like an infestation; where there’s one, there’s another right next door, across the road or just down the street. I don’t think I’ve gone a single day in this country without seeing at least 5 different 7/11…

Unexpected Vegan destinations

South East Asia is absolutely fantastic for vegan food and most major towns and cities will be bursting with delicious delights. Bangkok, Chiang Mai and Singapore were brilliant, they had so many restaurants I simply couldn’t try them all in my stay (I was in Chiang Mai for 2 weeks and still didn’t have the…

Top vegan treats- Asia

Before I began my journey travelling South East Asia, not once did I think to myself ‘hmm, I can’t wait to eat all of the delicious accidentally vegan desserts when I get there!’-I wasn’t even aware that this would be possible. BUT there are so many delectable desserts we can try whilst exploring this amazing…

What Vegan’s eat-Siem Reap

Siemp Reap is an absolute gold mine for vegan cuisine, it’s quite possibly the most veggie friendly place I’ve visited in a long, long time. The thing that I love about the food here is that a lot of it is traditional, authentic Khmer food…and it’s downright delicious. I only visited Siem Reap for a…

What vegans eat- Hoi An

Vegan food in Vietnam in general is pretty bad; the mock meats are weird tasting to say the least, the dishes lack flavour, the portions are small and vegetarian food can be quite expensive here. I was really excited when I found out that Hoi An was meant to be vegan heaven- after spending 5…