Not only does this northern Thai city have beautiful mountains and lovely locals, but Chiang Mai is also a paradise for vegan food!
I spent the first 2 months of this year living and working in wonderful Chiang Mai. It’s made a name for itself in recent years as a digital nomad hub and has a large expat community. And the great thing about this? So many incredible places to find vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free, raw options- I mean, you can even find a Sunday dinner in the middle of the old city if you wanted!
Before coming to Budapest I’d researched where to find great vegan food in the city; turns out there are tonnes of vegan and vegetarian places to try! Here’s the low down on where you need to try…
I know we’re almost halfway through November but I just felt inspired to share some things from the past month (mostly October!) that have added value to my life. Hopefully, you’ll be inspired too!
I know this is a vegan and travel blog but I’m gonna throw some lifestyle and personal development stuff in the mix too. Why not eh?
How can you thrive and eat foods when you’re not only vegan but gluten intolerant/ celiac?
A couple of years ago, before choosing veganism, I discovered that I’m gluten intolerant. Going gluten-free made a fantastic difference to my health, and let’s face it, it’s not hard to find the free-from section in any supermarket these days.
Upon deciding to fully commit to the vegan lifestyle, the doubts about how difficult it would be to eat out, find my favourite foods and manage the sheer palava of this change crept in.
I’m not going to lie and say it’s a breeze, easy peasy, but it’s much easier than you would think. With some planning, you can totally do it!
Do you have those places you’ve travelled to that you find yourself daydreaming about, wishing you were back there? For me, that place is Copenhagen, the capital city of Denmark. Northern Europe is well known for being quite expensive, but there are lots of ways you can save money and still have a fabulous trip.