After living in Playa del Carmen for a few weeks, I have come up with a list of what I think are the best vegan and vegetarian joints and why. I’ve started with my favourite and I will keep adding to this as I experience more yummy treats.
This is a detailed one day budget trip guide to experience the glorious Tulum, a town on Mexico’s Caribbean coast. I began my journey from the nearby community Puerto Aventuras, but this guide can be used by anyone who has a full day to kill in Tulum! Note: this guide is designed to allow you to fully embrace the places you visit and therefore more can be done in a day if you prefer.
As discussed in my previous Conservation post, I left Madagascar with the realisation that a career in scuba diving was something that would not only fuel my nomadic spirit but would simply be my dream job. So this time last year, after I graduated from university, I made my way to the small island of Koh Tao, Thailand to make this dream happen.
As an ocean lover and scuba-diving fanatic, I always jump at the chance to go on a dive when I travel to somewhere in the world. In the last few years I have visited Greece on two separate occasions. These visits were to the islands of: Kefallonia and Crete.
In 2015, I took advantage of my glorious, yet slightly confused 6 months off University to travel to Madagascar. As described in my previous post, I filled the beginning of this adventure with some forest and marine conversation on an island called Nosy Komba, North-West of the mainland. Together with this, I chose to end the trip by treating myself to a roadtrip of a lifetime with some friends.
Although I do enjoy the old spot of casual travel, I often feel rather too vagrant simply interacting with everything new in the world without having a particular purpose (other than trying to learn more about my curious self…aren’t we supposed to?). One of the best ways I have been able to do this is by taking part in conservation — above and below the ground.