Vegan Eats in Southeast Asia

The end of my trip brought me to nearly 3 months touring through Southeast Asia. At home Asian food is always a go to for good vegan options. Rice, stir-fried vegetables, and tofu always make for an awesome easy meal. However, in Southeast Asia, it’s not always so easy. The language barriers can be challenging Read the full article…

Vegan Travels in Africa 

Over the past 3 months I’ve been traveling in Africa. I started on the main continent in the south east and then moved over to Madagascar, where I’ve now been for 6 weeks. I can say, without a doubt, Africa is not easy for vegans and there are several reasons why.  Now before I go Read the full article…

Vegan in Europe – A Traveler’s Review

The word “vegan” is slowly but surely making its way through the world. Traveling in Europe is generally fairly easy for us veg folk. Most areas in Europe have a good selection of produce and many restaurants offer something in the way of food for us. I’ve traveled quite a bit in Europe in my Read the full article…

Io Sono Vegano – A Vegan Experience in Naples, Italy

So here I am, a vegan traveler, in Naples, Italy. “Io sono vegano” – I am vegan, it’s very important to know. I wasn’t quite sure how I would fare here, but I’m volunteering, and meals are part of my program fee. However, I’ve had a few problems with the catered meals not being vegan, Read the full article…

Vegan does Easter Island

When I was figuring out what to do in Chile, I knew Easter Island had to be on the list. It’s such a beautiful and mysterious place. Before I went, I was doing some research online and cam across a post from another vegan traveler. After reading her post, my excitement took a hit concerning Read the full article…

Vegan Eats in Santiago, Chile

I’ve been in Santiago for nearly a week now and am impressed by how many vegan friendly places there are here compared to Peru. Walking around town I often see “Vegans Welcome Here” or “Bienvenidos Veganos” at many restaurants. This is certainly inspiring given I’ll be here for a month. While in Santiago I’m staying Read the full article…

Ventures, Vegan, & Keds in the Sacred Valley, Peru

I miss the jungle terribly, the animals, the work, and the people… But this last week my cousin, Natalie, and her boyfriend, Justin, came to meet up with me in Cusco to do the ever famous Machu Picchu trip. I’ve loved meeting all the new people, but seeing family you’re close to is like putting Read the full article…

Yo Vegana in Lima, Peru

So after a day in Lima, Peru I will say it’s both easy and hard being vegan here.     First, there is some of the most amazing fresh fruit around – particularly the mangos. I love mangos and can eat them every day. But secondly, there’s also a lot of meat on display, particularly chicken. Read the full article…

Promoting Vegan

After being vegan for some time, I realized I was going to stick with this lifestyle the rest of my life. As time went on, being vegan began to define me and my goals – at least partially. Whenever something begins to define a person, it’s natural to want to share that as s/he shares Read the full article…

So… Why Vegan?

I have been vegan for nearly six years now. There’s a lot of hype around being vegan these days and I love all the publicity the life style is getting. So much news in recent years about the health benefits of going vegan, the benefits to the environment, and the obvious benefits to the animals. All Read the full article…