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Vegan Guide to Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

If you’re traveling in Vietnam, there’s a pretty good chance that Ho Chi Minh City (called by its former name, Saigon, by locals) will be your starting off point. And what a way to be introduced to the country- from the never-ending streams of scooters hurtling at you from every direction to the endless aromas wafting from street vendors, Ho Chi Minh City is a LOT to take in. Many travelers overlook Ho Chi Minh City as simply a springboard for their adventures throughout Vietnam, but, in my opinion, this is a gross oversight. Ho Chi Minh City is a fascinating and rapidly evolving metropolis, with ancient temples interspersed with technology superstores, just begging to be explored…

Vegan Guide to Tulum, Mexico

If you’ve ever opened Instagram, you’re sure to have seen shots of influencers flouncing around Tulum, Mexico, a chilled-out town in the Yucatan peninsula with miles of white sand beaches, dense tropical jungles, and a lively downtown area. Located about an hour and a half south of Cancun, Tulum has a distinctive New Agey-vibe; you’re just as likely to stumble upon a yoga studio or chakra massage parlor as you are to find a stand selling piping hot churros…

Bachelorette in Las Vegas Itinerary

When you think “bachelorette party”, there is a 100% possibility that Las Vegas will spring to mind. With its endless pool parties, world-renowned shows, and dance-til-you-drop nightlife, it’s the absolute perfect location for a girls weekend away…

5 Places to Eat Vegan on Fremont Street in Las Vegas

While the Vegas Strip has its own time and place, I definitely am more of a fan of Fremont Street and the area surrounding it, commonly referred to as downtown Las Vegas. Full of neon signs oozing kitschy Old Vegas charm and jaw-dropping street art, Fremont Street is the beating heart of Las Vegas’s arts scene…

11 Tips for Going to Disneyland Alone

Headed to Disneyland alone?

When I found out I was going to Disneyland by myself for a work conference, I was SUPER excited to check out the parks- but also, admittedly, a bit nervous to visit as a solo adult. Ultimately, though, I had an ABSOLUTE blast at the resort. Here are some tips and tricks I picked up along the way to make the most of going to Disneyland alone.

Vegan Guide to Amsterdam

Amsterdam is like a fairy tale city- cobblestone streets, bridges that arch over the gentle canals bustling with a never ending stream of passenger boats, and row upon rows of canal houses, straight out of Hans Christian Andersen’s imagination…

Vegan Guide to Sedona

Sedona is renowned for its red rock canyons, stunning geological formations that tower over the small city (home to 10,000 residents), just begging to be explored…

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