It’s getting easier and easier to be a vegan at home, pending you live near a metropolitan area. But what about vegan travel. Is it still hard? Does traveling as a vegan only come with sacrifices or does it come with more benefits than just eating a cleaner diet?
When you think of New Orleans, what is the first thing that comes to mind? Mardis Gras? The French Quarter? The cuisine, like po’ boys, etouffee, and beignets?
Houston, Texas, is a diverse metropolis with burgeoning art districts, an eclectic food scene, and a surprisingly affordable cost of living. If you’re planning to move here, you may never run out of things to do. If you’re planning on visiting for the weekend, you have to think small in order to accommodate the big.
Today, though, I can now see just how Texas’s dynamic cultural, economic, and culinary histories have captured the world’s attention for over four centuries, as it has surely captured ours.
There’s so much more to San Antonio than just its city center.
Our vegan guide to 72 hours in Austin, Texas, will allow you to experience the best of Austin while seamlessly integrating your plant-based diet with ease.
Zero-waste traveling can be difficult, but it doesn’t mean you have to give up your eco-friendly lifestyle while on the road.
Our names are Benjamin Hagerty and Brianne Nemiroff. We’re a married couple originally from California. Since we became a couple in 2009, we have always been passionate about travel, both locally and abroad. We were inspired to take a long-term trip in 2017 to explore more of Canada and the U.S. and we soon realized that this wasn’t just a lengthy trip, but a new lifestyle choice, and that we were destined to explore.
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