Now when I say ‘Follow’, let me be clear – I don’t mean that you should head over to their twitter page and just ‘follow and forget’. I mean that you should dive – and dive deep – into their content. Read more
Good tips on booking accommodation yourself can be priceless – but it takes a little time and some smarts to gain that travel savvy – unless you can poach some ideas from someone who’s done it before! Here are my tips for getting the best deals for accommodation while already travelling.
I researched long and hard before deciding upon the backpack to take with me on my travels. I had decided it was important for me to take carry-on luggage only – no checked baggage – for my Digital Nomad Debut, at least.
I found so many of the blogs online to be amazingly helpful, but in spite of that they were often written by Americans or Brits and this meant that many of the details simply didn’t apply to me. I really didn’t have enough information specific to my situation in Australia…so it created a lot of doubt..which led to inaction…Read more
Luckily, I have always hoarded resealable sandwich bags, aka Ziploc bags, or Glad bags. And I found that when I began packing for a ‘life lived out of a bag’, they quickly became my best friend.Read more
Khunnai Teunsai Restaurant is a little gem that I discovered on Soi 11 in Nimman. Surprisingly, I didn’t find out about it in the online blogs discussing vegetarian food in Chiang Mai (as I usually do).
It seems I was destined for nomadism (or at least a fair stint of it), and there were a lot of clues that should have told me so a long time ago – I just didn’t know it at the time. Have a look at the signs below that suggested the possibility of my future travels – maybe you will recognize them in yourself.Read more
Chiang Mai is already spoken of as one of the best cities in the word for vegetarian and vegan cuisine because of its large number of cheap – but high quality – restaurants catering to herbivores. Not only do most of them have exciting interpretations of local cuisine, but also delightful takes on Western cuisine. Yet, with the arrival of the annual Vegetarian Festival, Chiang Mai quickly becomes an even more inviting culinary experience.Read more
While I was messing about on Lebuh Cannon, in quaint George Town on Penang Island, admiring the coconut ice cream stalls – and wishing for some dairy-free versions – I came across No. 1 Cannon Street Galeri & Kafe.
It’s a tiny little shop – but my veg-eater radar eyes spotted the vegetarian biscuits sign and something about vegan desert, and I was sucked into the vortex… Read more
While I was in Kuala Lumpur recently, I discovered that there are a lot of very fancy hotels there. And most of them are in prime CBD locations with stunning views and prices to match. And although I could rock a 5-star hotel as well as the next person, it’s not the way I would choose to discover a new city. Read more