Vacations are around the corner, road trips and long flights will be aplenty, and you are probably already stressing about how you will safely eat. This topic is one that I have a lot of experience with, being both a frequent traveler and someone who has certain dietary needs in situations where it’s not always available.
Traveling is one of my favorite things, but I will be honest in saying it is not always easy to travel around the world eating dairy-free or gluten-free.
Being unable to try certain things when you’re exploring new places is always going to be a bit of a letdown, but having an idea of what you can enjoy as an alternative and planning ahead is the only thing you can do to ensure not feeling like total crap.
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From its wonderful historic monuments to its exceptional cuisine, Paris is a destination unlike any other. Wander in and out of museums, cafes, farmers markets, beautiful gardens and enjoy the romance of the city. This Paris travel guide will help you plan an unforgettable trip!
I wasn’t initially planning on coming to Paris due to the fact that I simply didn’t think I had the funds to properly enjoy myself. I had come to Paris when I was younger with my family and had no idea of how much things actually cost.
Well, sometimes life is funny. I ended up booking a flight from Asia to Europe, and the stopover just so happened to be in Paris, so why not stay “stopped” for an extra couple of days, right??
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Unlike the neighboring islands of Nusa Lembongan and Bali, the spectacularly beautiful Nusa Penida Island is a tricky place to travel to independently without doing a little planning in advance.
For a start, there is little public transport available; even taxis are hard to come by. Lots of tourists rent motorbikes when they get to Nusa Penida, because it’s truly the easiest way to get around.
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Bali is a super budget-friendly destination, so it’s pretty easy to visit the island and not have to worry about breaking the bank. Though often busy with tourists, Bali is still surprisingly affordable if you know where to look.
Depending on your accommodation style, I would estimate $50 a day is a good estimation of a budget to travel very comfortably around Bali. In this post you’ll find my tips for traveling Bali on a budget!
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Surrounded by mountains, waterfalls, and jungle, Chiang Mai is an adventure lover’s paradise. Popular with digital nomads and backpackers alike, Chiang Mai has a ton to offer!
Head into the hills and go rafting, mountain biking or zip lining. Hike through the jungle and spend time with hill-tribe villages, or visit an elephant sanctuary in the nearby mountains.
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Here you’ll find a detailed itinerary on what to see in Auckland in just two days; where to stay, what to see, and how to tour the city on a budget!
Auckland is considered to be one of the world’s most liveable cities, with over 180 different ethnic groups adding up to one big, bustling, cosmopolitan and vibrant place. With its good climate, beautiful natural environment, beaches, and parks, it’s no wonder it’s such a populated city!
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Valparaiso is not a place built for tourists; yet it continues to draw people from all over the world. There are no major sights or must dos – and yet this is perhaps why you fall in love with it so much.
Exploring the colorful, sprawling architecture and street art is a captivating sight even to the non-photographer’s eye. It’s gritty and authentic; with shops and cafes only adding to the eclectic vibe of the city.
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Buenos Aires, most commonly referred to as the “Paris of South America” is a city of greatly diverse culture. In this sprawling city sights, nightlife, gastronomy and the arts are concentrated in a few central neighborhoods.
With every neighborhood or ‘barrio’ offering something different, you’ll be sure to find something new to explore in each part of the city that you visit.
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Although being a small mountain town, Cusco has a lot to offer for a wide range of interests and taste buds. I’ve compiled a guide of a handful of highly rated, affordable, and delicious restaurants, bars, and activities to check out while in town.
You can easily accomplish the list of activities if you only have a few days in the city. Transporation is easy to find to get around, or you can rent a car from the airport; although not necessarily recommended. The streets are very windy and narrow, and it could be dangerous driving yourself.
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Let me just start off by saying that when I arrived to Lima, I had no idea that the city is in fact internationally known for its food. There are chefs from all over the world who have opened restaurants in Lima, introducing their cuisine and adding to it a twist of Peruvian fusion.
Needless to say, I didn’t have a problem finding amazing dining options. On the contrary, I actually had an issue narrowing down the places I wanted to try. Lima’s cuisine will leave any traveler in taste bud bliss with traditional Peruvian dishes and decadent street food selections. You’ll find my favorites below in this food-lover’s guide below.
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