Flying during Covid-19

Late in May me and my partner decided we would fly to Israel. At the time Israel was starting to open up, after the first wave of Coronoavirus seemed to have passed. Shops, restaurants, studios, were all up and running again. I watched as my friends got back to work, socialized and regained their freedom. … More Flying during Covid-19

American in Scotland

Sting has this song about being an Englishmen in New-York. I remember not really getting it. I mean, sure, different accent and a different place, but the states and the UK are both English speaking countries, how different can they possibly be? But then I actually moved to the UK. The first time I realized … More American in Scotland

Vegemiasto

Initially, I didn’t mean to write about vegan restaurants in Warsaw at all. I thought there were quite a lot of them, and that you can look them up quite easily. However, after returning to Warsaw for the second time, I went to Vegemiasto, and as I liked it so much, I changed my mind, … More Vegemiasto

Warsaw’s cafes

In a previous post I told you about the most vegan friendly coffee shop in Warsaw, however, I did visit a few other cool place. Though maybe slightly less vegan friendly, I was able to find non-dairy milk in all the places I visited, so if you are looking for good coffee and a good … More Warsaw’s cafes

Coco Bowls

After leaving Aruba I took a little detour and instead of returning back home, I flew to Warsaw (Poland). After three weeks in the Caribbeans and having either a smoothie bowl or chia pudding every single morning, I was craving my bowls. When I landed in the city and started looking for vegan options, I … More Coco Bowls

Vegan Aruba

When I had first told my friends in Israel I was going to Aruba most of them were truly surprised that such a country even exists, and obviously could not place it on a map. For Americans, and perhaps Dutch people (as Aruba is a constituent country of the kingdom of the Netherlands) this is … More Vegan Aruba

Israeli Gypsies

Israelis tend to say that Tel-Aviv is a bubble, it’s like its own country, and that Tel-Avivian never leave the city. This is true to some extend, Tel-Aviv is definitely the most vibrant city in Israel, with the greatest selection of hangout venues, but there are still reasons to leave the city. As Tel-Aviv is … More Israeli Gypsies