Brighton is one of the UK’s most vegetarian and vegan-friendly cities. In this Brighton vegetarian guide, we reveal Brighton’s best vegetarian lunch spots. Brighton’s vegetarian food scene is awesome. Think beetroot falafel wraps and oversized sushi rolls. Vegetarian pub grub and chunky veg burgers. Summer salads and winter bean stews.
I used to be a fair weather hiker. I only wanted to hike when I knew it wouldn’t rain or get too cold, when I knew I wouldn’t get too muddy, when I knew I’d be able to get a good view from where I was headed. All that changed when I started travelling. I […]
This January, we took up a 31-day vegan travel challenge as part of Veganuary. We kicked off our vegan challenge in Luke’s home town of Brighton before travelling vegan in Bulgaria and then Macedonia. True to our word, we didn’t change our travel plans to fit in with our new vegan lifestyle, but instead took […]
We’re one week into our 31-day vegan travel challenge as part of Veganuary. We’ve had ups and downs, we’ve experimented with new foods, we’ve stocked up on 2kg of nuts and we’ve raided Brighton‘s most delicious vegan food joints. Next we’re going to be travelling vegan in Bulgaria.
With my family’s new home base being in Dorset, I set out on a hunt for delicious vegetarian and vegan cafes in and around Bournemouth. The area isn’t exactly known as a vegetarian and vegan scene compared to more alternative UK cities like Brighton and Liverpool, however there are some real veggie-friendly gems to be found.
I never got round to sharing my birthday weekend from back in August. Now that autumn has well and truly overtaken in England, I’m really missing the long summer days that we had. That’s not to say that autumn here isn’t incredibly beautiful, but everyone likes the sunshine right? There was no exotic destination for […]
In England, it’s not unusual to take a family holiday to the same familiar seaside town, often just the closest one to where you live, or one of the really popular ones that actually have sand rather than pebbles. Every year you pack up the car with too much stuff and a bag of Starburst. […]
I can’t say that I’ve ever seen a more rugged coastline than in the south of England. The Jurassic Coast, which stretches over 95 miles between East Devon and my new home county of Dorset, is characterised by it’s grassy cliff tops, sheer drops of jagged white rock cliff sides and spectacular geology. I first walked along the […]
It’s a strange thing to admit to yourself: that you can feel at home on the road and just kind of lost in the familiar place that you know as home. It’s a feeling that I’ve only just come to realise since travelling home to the UK from Nicaragua a couple of weeks ago. Don’t […]
Those who haven’t travelled to the UK often has a very romanticised view of our culture and lifestyle from watching Downton Abbey and Hugh Grant romcoms – but in truth the UK and its film industry is a whole lot more diverse than that. Love Actually and Bridget Jones’ Diary captivated many a romantic dreamer, […]