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For those travelling abroad to exchange tips, especially when cruelty-free food is scarce :(
Also post offers of work, accommodation, or info on volunteering, as discussions, or comment asking for such.
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Started by Guillermo Licona. Last reply by Guillermo Licona Jan 18, 2010.
Thanks Wendy, your comment gave me an excuse to add some more links to the 'Directory' above, which highlighted a few that also needed updating.
You'll find a guide to 'Vegan Travel in the Greek Islands' here, and VeggiePlaces and Vegman also list options in Athens.
P.S. I've added a link to an online copy of the Vegan Passport.
Looking for current vegan options in Athens, Greece. Okay, so it's a number of months til I go back, but the one good-sounding restaurant I found on happycow.net is closed right now. :( And thanks for the info about vegan passport!
Thanks, Richard. Too bad the picnic didn't work out but weddings are always fun so I'm sure you'll enjoy yourselves next time round.
Have a pleasant rest of the weekend.
Glad to hear you're back safely, apart from the bites, Jess :-)
Despite there being a fair number of veg*ns in Stuttgart, we only met up with one (sadly, a proposed veg picnic kept getting postponed due to forecasted bad weather, which often didn't materialise!); we'll be going back in April for Napak's sister's wedding, so hope to do better next time!
Enjoy Oktoberfest ;-)
oh and i'm off to Oktoberfest in Germany in a couple weeks too - after that no planned holidays for some time...
hope you and Napak had a nice time in Germany - i just noticed your posting. just arrived home after spending a week in the Amazon rainforest in Brazil -- way too many mosquito bites to prove it! it was fantastic though :o)
Please do post offers of work, accommodation, or info on volunteering, as discussions on this group, or comment asking for such :-)
Napak and I are currently visiting Germany; whilst there are some veg eateries (find them using sites like Happy Cow, linked to in the 'Directory' above), we've also found that stores like Alnatura (popular organic supermarket) and Reformhaus (health store), have been handy for stocking up on supplies.
Anyone interested in visiting the Amazon rainforest in Northern Brazil early September? Gonna spend maybe 4 of the 6 nights in the jungle with a jungle tour :)
OK so it's about a year of inactivity but . . . Billie . . . you are bang on, Vegan Passport is amazing. It completely opens up your travelling experience because you don't have that worry hanging over your head about your meals. Even though its becoming even more common now for random waiters to completely understand us, it just adds that something extra to let you sit back and have no problems.
Def recommend it as an essential buy for anybody planning to travel in places with a different language to their own.
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