Hand Luggage Only ¦ Ryanair’s New Baggage Policy

Recently (but a long time after we booked the flights) Ryanair changed their luggage policy – Non-Priority: If you have not purchased Priority & 2 Cabin Bags (previously Priority Boarding), you are only permitted to bring 1 small personal bag on board (max 35cm x 20cm x 20cm) that must fit under the seat in…

Vegan Amsterdam ¦ Maoz Vegetarian, SLA and Vegabond

We’re back from two and a bit days in Amsterdam and I’m here to share with you just a small handful of the amazing vegan options there are there. To start off with we’ve got Maoz Vegetarian which is a falafel bar. When I was in Amsterdam 8 years ago I went here repeatedly for…

My Travel Essentials

      We are off again, this time to Amsterdam. Regardless of where we’re traveling there are a few things that I don’t leave the house without. Yea there are the obvious ones like a passport and money but these are the little extra that make travel a bit easier and I always keep…

Vegan Paris ¦ Cloud Cakes, VG Patisserie

Yesterday it was all about the savoury options, today it’s the sweet with Cloud Cakes and VG Patisserie. I’m working backwards in this video, first up is Cloud Cakes which we went to for breakfast on our last day. Second is VG Patisserie which we visited during the two whole days we had in Paris….

Vegan Paris ¦ Jay&Joy, East Side Burger, Hank Vegan Burger

A while back I saw this amazing French vegan cheese on Facebook or Instagram and we knew we had to find it when we next visited Paris. After loosing the original post and a bit of googling we found Jay&Joy. Now… the last time we visited Paris as vegans everything was very beige. The idea…

Vegan Paris ¦ What I Eat in a Day

We’re back from our short trip to Paris, we arrived late Thursday after two delays and I’m back at work Friday… so it’s a short video to show you what we ate in a day while we were there. I’ll be posting more videos later with more details of where we went and what we…

Night Train Travel in Thailand

We took two night trains in Thailand, the first was an older train from Bangkok to Chiang Mai, the second a new train from Chiang Mai to Bangkok. These videos are just to give you an idea of what to expect when traveling. You can pre-book e-tickets directly from the State Railway of Thailand via…

Vegan Chiang Mai ¦ Sunday Walking Market Street Food

Chiang Mai is incredible for vegetarian and vegan food, your tripping over options and every restaurant has at least one option on the menu, Heaven! Here are the options we found at the Sunday walking market… and this isn’t even everything on offer, this is just what we ate before we got full. Find me…

Durian Tasting ¦ Chiang Mai, Thailand

We’re back from two weeks in Thailand and we’re kicking off with tasting some durian. So what is durian? It’s a big green spikey fruit with yellow edible lobes inside. Some people say that durian as has a lovely sweet fragrance, and others are the opposite and find it has a really unpleasant odour. Much…

Vegan Tteokbokki ¦ Spicy, Sticky and Sweet Rice Cakes

For ages I saw these dried rice cakes in the Asian supermarket and had no idea what to do with them… then while watching ‘Let’s Eat’ on Netflix I saw a simple (but not vegan) recipe for them in a sticky spicy and sweet sauce. They looked incredible and I had to try them. Traditionally…

Thai Bamboo Tattoo, Bangkok ¦ Palm and Head tattoo

While we were in Bangkok we visited Krit and his wife at Thai Bamboo Tattoo and this is the beautiful work they did. Not going to lie, having my palm and then my head tattooed in the same session wasn’t fun but I’m glad I got through it and I’m beyond words happy with the…