It’s Sunday. Sit back, relax and have a big stack of lemon pancakes (or at least imagine!). Make yourself a big soy cappuccino (sprinkled with chocolate shavings, of course!) or your favourite tea, and let’s take a quick trip around the world…from the comfort of our own screens.
This isn’t the post I’d planned for today, but it seemed appropriate especially when I woke up today and realised I’ve been pushing myself a little too hard recently. It’s Sunday and it’s time to relax and unwind from our week. There’s nothing better than a bit of armchair travel. No need to get up from your comfy sofa, or even change out of your pyjamas, get inspired with some of my favourite vegan travel posts I’ve seen this week:
Just One More Spoon: Five Vegan Eats in Tokyo
This just made me want to go back to Tokyo. Now! Not helped by the fact that my friend from Tokyo visited London last week.
Vegan Nom Nom’s American Roadtrip
A classic American roadtrip with a vegan twist, this MoFo series on Vegan Nom Noms is full of vegan finds all over the US.
Vegan Food in Hoi An
This really just made me want to go to Vietnam and eat all that lovely (and inexpensive) food up.
Vegan Miam’s Vegan Taiwan on Instagram
Vegan Miam is posting some seriously amazing Taiwanese dishes on Instagram, which, along with writing up my travel article on Taipei, just made me desperate to get back to Taiwan.
In case you missed them, my Vegan MoFo theme is on travel, and in addition to tips and articles I’m posting some recaps of vegan journeys I’ve been on around the world, so far:
Travel posts on other sites (not vegan, but definitely inspiring):
A Place Like Zadar
Summer seems to be finished here in London (even though I don’t want to admit it), but the photos of Zadar, Croatia made me practically feel the sunshine on my arms.
Adventure is Where You Are
A great reminder that adventure is a mindset and potentially a way of life, not just something we experience for a couple of weeks a year when we’re on vacation.
Happy Sunday and happy (armchair) travels!
What have you read this week that inspired you?