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We’re Josh and Sarah, loving parents of this here website. You’ve come to the right place if you’re looking for sustainable travel, ethical eating and green living. If you weren’t looking for any of these things then you should probably stick around here anyway – it’s pretty cool!
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I know the suspense was killing you to find out about the rest of our Bristol trip so the wait is over! Welcome back to the second instalment of our Bristol antics and this half is even cooler than the first. Keep reading to find out about some of the best vegan junk food … Read More
There are many things we love about summer; long warm nights, flowers in bloom, the chance to be outside at any given opportunity but most importantly the food! The summer season brings with it an array of edible possibilities for us all to get excited about. From fresh vibrant salads to delights on the … Read More
With our Three Peaks Challenge on the horizon and Sarah’s birthday at the end of August I planned us a surprise trip to Bristol and Somerset. This meant either Sarah would be seriously impressed I’d planned everything on my own OR everything would be my fault if it went tits up. Fortunately, besides one … Read More
At the beginning of August we had the pleasure of exploring the bee’s knees of the folk world: The Cambridge Folk Festival. It was a weekend filled with glorious weather, heart pumping musical performances and late night Irish jam sessions, however, we went for so much more than that. We heard the Cambridge Folk … Read More
Summer is here and with it comes BBQ season and any excuse to dine alfresco. One of my friends once asked me “what do vegans even eat at a BBQ?” I think she regretted asking when I responded eagerly listing every vegan BBQ delight we’ve ever munched. From grilled veggies and tofu, to homemade … Read More
First of all congratulations on being here! You’ve come here looking for sustainable travel tips and that in itself is the first step towards greener travel. If you’ve somehow arrived to this web page and you’re not looking for sustainable travel tips then you should keep reading anyway. Let’s face it, this is a … Read More
You may have noticed we’ve be doing a lot of cycling, hiking and running recently. If you haven’t then where the hell have you been? We’ve been spending a lot of time training for our Three Peaks Challenge by Bike, plus with the added load of running the blog and working a full time … Read More
There’s a reason why thousands of people flock to Bali every year, but is it still possible to get away from the crowds? Can you still explore Bali away from the tourist trail? Well, we can tell you the answer is yes. After 6 weeks of travelling during high season we still discovered the … Read More
It seems that as soon as someone finds out you’re a vegan they suddenly become a nutrition mastermind and know everything about your dietary needs. “But how do you get enough protein?” “Humans need meat to survive” “Eating too much fruit and vegetables is bad for you” Especially when it comes to your B12 … Read More
The sun is going down and you’re dancing in a field, holding a can of cider and listening to a thumping band without a care in the world. Unfortunately these magical music festivals can have a really damaging impact on the environment and that can put the whole experience out of tune. We’ve been … Read More