Vegan Food Guide to Hoi An Vietnam

Hoi An is the perfect place to eat vegan food. The village in Central Vietnam is known for its colourful yellow buildings, ethnic art museums, lantern festival, beautiful scenery, cycling culture and very friendly people. There are many options for vegans including Banh Mi, Curry, Iced Coffee, Pizza, Burgers, Pho, Pancakes and lots more!  I visited Hoi … Read more

Vegan Food Guide to Ho Chi Minh City Vietnam

Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) in Vietnam has a wide variety of vegan food including burgers, pizza, pancakes and desserts. With a multitude of different vegan restaurants and cafes in Saigon, you’ll never be looking too long for delicious food!  If you’re wondering how to get from Ho Chi Minh City Airport to your hotel … Read more

Carry On Toiletries: Non Liquid Solid Travel Toiletries for your Carry On Luggage 

As a carry on only backpacker, I try and limit the amount of liquids I take onboard with me.  Liquid free toiletries are a great alternative to traditional toiletries. You can get pretty much everything in solid form, like shampoo, conditioner, body wash, deodorant, toothpaste… you get the idea! They’re also a great way to … Read more

13 Best Apps for Travel in Vietnam

Vietnam is a country in South-East Asia that offers an amazing variety of cultural and natural sights.  From the bright lights of Ho Chi Minh City to the quaint UNESCO World Heritage ancient town of Hoi An and the lush jungles and caves of Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park, Vietnam truly has something … Read more

Islamic Museum of Australia

As a recent revert to Islam, visiting the Islamic Museum of Australia was a beautiful experience. The Islamic Museum of Australia is a museum located in the inner suburb of Thornbury in Melbourne that celebrates the history, culture and diversity of Muslims in Australia. It aims to educate people about Islam, highlight the achievements of … Read more

26 Free Things to do in Melbourne

Melbourne is one of Australia’s most vibrant cities, with a thriving arts and culture scene and an endless list of activities to keep you busy. It’s got some of the best coffee and restaurants in the world, and it’s home to some of the most beautiful architecture. There’s also some great Melbourne cycling routes to … Read more

Vegan Food Guide to Melbourne’s Chinatown

After a big day out of exploring Melbourne’s Chinatown, it’s time for some delicious vegan food. So where do you go?  Dumplings, noodles, rice bowls, soup, pho, katsu, dim sum, spring rolls, phad thai, gyoza, xiao bao, bibimbap, curry, tacos, totopos, sushi and desserts. It’s all right here.  Following on from the Ultimate Chinatown Melbourne … Read more