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Vegan Groningen Guide – Vegan Restaurants in Groningen Netherlands

With approximately 200,000 inhabitants (which doesn’t sound like a lot, we know) Groningen is one of the largest cities in The Netherlands. You could also call it the capital of the North. It’s an international city with about 10% of the sizable student population being foreign. It has the youngest average age of inhabitants and the most extensive nightlife …

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Why I Love My Osprey Sojourn Backpack

Traveling soon? Can’t decide between a backpack and rolling luggage? The Osprey Sojourn Backpack might be exactly what you’re looking for! In the past two and a half years I’ve traveled to four continents, over twenty countries, and countless cities. When I left New York, I took only what I could carry in my backpack. It’s been with me every step of the way …

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Vegan Train Travel Across the USA – From Sea to Shining Sea

Is it possible to travel across the USA by train as a vegan and not starve? I haven’t traveled throughout the States much as a vegan, so I have often wondered how difficult it would be. One day, I received an email Lauren, a fellow vegan. She had just completed a thirty day train trip …

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Eating With Europe’s First Vegans – The Cathars

Michael and I recently spent five days in Spain following in the footsteps of a religious sect, called the Cathars or The Good Men, whose origins trace back to the Byzantine empire, and whose existence ended tragically and brutally in the 13th and 14th centuries. The sect and their some-what vegan, some-what feminist, progressive philosophies inspired us to hike …

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