Hobart is the most lively city to visit if you ever go to Tasmania. It definitely has the biggest centre for shopping if you’re into that sort of thing, there’s Salamanca Place with lots of bars and eateries (not v vegan friendly though for food) and close by the city the thought-provoking and, maybe to… Read More Vegan Eats in Hobart, Tasmania
The Blue Mountains were amazing. I booked my hostel here for two days, and ended up staying for five. It wasn’t just the mountains that did it – peaceful and breathtaking that they were, with loads of fantastic walks in quiet, secluded forest, especially in the week – I barely saw anyone else! It was… Read More The Mountains are Blue but the Vegans are Happy !!
Right, onto the main event, the place to be, the capital city with a capital S! So I finally made it to Sydney after a few weeks of jumping about the rest of Australia and it was welcoming to this little lady. It took me a little while to discover its secrets, but at the… Read More The Longest Post Ever About Vegan Sydney
So I’ve been a bad blogger. I’ve left you for all too long, but please forgive me, I’m going to work back and fill in the gaps. I don’t know what happened… I guess travelling takes time? I’m having too much fun? Rubbish wifi everywhere? Who knows. But what I do know is I won’t… Read More Byron Bay and an Apology for Disappearing!
So I’ve got to be honest Perth, your reputation is a mixed bag. I think your secrets are just a bit hidden though. There are some great places to check out in Perth and after only spending a couple of days there, even I can see this. You just have to do a bit of… Read More Give Vegan Perth A Chance
New year has always been a time for new starts, good intentions and resolutions to improve your life, and there never has been a better time to try a vegan diet, be a little bit healthier in your food choices or support loved ones who follow a vegan and vegetarian diet. I’ve been vegan for… Read More Vegan Discovery Market Tour, Adelaide Central Market
Living in Bristol I was lucky enough to one day, somewhere in the not so distant past, meet an Aussie lady who became a very good friend of mine. I was gutted when she left to go home for 6 months; there were tears falling (mine!) as we had one last cup of soy matcha… Read More Busselton, Margaret River, Wine and Christmas in the Sun