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Veggie Vagabonds Travel Blog

Welcome to Veggie Vagabonds!

We’re Josh and Sarah, loving parents of this here website. At Veggie Vagabonds you can find tales of our adventures and cultural escapades whilst cycling around the world. It’s also a one-stop shop for travel enthusiasts, vegan wanderers and outdoor explorers.

After quitting our jobs and selling all of our belongings we’re embarking on a plant-powered cycling expedition from England to India, and then the rest of the world too!

This crazy ride is being done to show the world can be explored in a sustainable way and to help YOU create your own ethical adventures.

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Our Photo Journal From Vézelay, France

Our Photo Journal From Vézelay, France Not many tourists have heard of Vézelay, actually, not many French people have either. If you’ve been following our England to India cycling expedition you’ll know that we’ve spent most of our time with local families, as well as locals we’ve met walking along the street and fellow … Read More

Classic Vegan Tarte Tatin Recipe

  Sticky, sweet and with perfectly spiced undertones; this vegan tarte Tatin is a veganised version of the much loved traditional French dessert. Whilst pedalling through France we’ve learnt a few things; French people are very hospitable, it’s common to drink tea from bowls, cycling uphill is easier without 40 kg of extra weight, … Read More

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Conquering Storm Gareth and Cycling Our First 400 Miles – Our Journey, 2 Weeks, 400 Miles

These are some of the stories, adventures and experiences from the first two weeks, and 400 miles, of our England to India cycling expedition. It’s been two weeks since we started our plant-powered cycling expedition from England to India and we’ve already had a whirlwind of adventures. Cycling in a storm was more difficult … Read More

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