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Exploring Malaysia- Part 3 – George Town, Penang

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On day 9, we took a Grab to Kuah Jetty to take the morning ferry service to Penang island (George Town Port). Although we could have flown, we decided to get the ferry to be a bit more environmentally friendly and to mix up our mode of travel. A one-way ticket costs 60 RM which is… Read More »

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Exploring Malaysia- Part 1 – Kuala Lumpur

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For Chris 30th, we spent 2 amazing weeks in Malaysia. Malaysia is so unique and a wonderful country to explore. With 3 main ethnicities- Malay, Chinese and Indian and a mix of religions (Muslim, Buddhist and Hindu), the sights, places of worship, districts and cuisines are so diverse and really is an incredible country to… Read More »

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Vegan in Rome

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Our latest Europe city break was spent in stunning Rome, Italy. As well as exploring the history and art of Rome, we also got to sample some of Rome’s fantastic vegan delights. Some of the real highlights were the sweet treats and fresh pastas. Day 1 Ops! Ops Cuchina Mediteranea Vegetariana (VGN) A pay by… Read More »

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Vegan in Malaysia- Part 3- Penang

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Penang is considered the food capital of Malaysia, and there is no mistaking why! The food was phenomenal here, it definitely really added to our experience and love for this place. We stayed in George Town which is the capital of Penang state. We found Penang to have the most vegan restaurants (rather than veggie… Read More »

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Vegan in Malaysia- Part 2- Langkawi

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Langkawi island was definitely the ‘trickiest’ place we’ve ever been too in terms of eating vegan food out, but in no means was it difficult and we enjoyed some super wonderful food there! During our time in Langkawi, we stayed in Panji Panji Tropical Wooden Home, which is an utterly beautiful small lodging. It was… Read More »