Travel diaries can be about different aspects of a trip.
I don’t just want to help future travellers with tips about great vegan eats and awesome spots to visit worldwide. I also have the moral responsibility to raise awareness about what happens to animals in countries with different cultures.
For our third week we have flown to Palawan Island. O-M-G what a paradise!
Unfortunately only spent a night in Puerto Princesa due to a flight cancellation that has costed us a lot in terms of money and time. So we had to give a miss to the Underground River (a good reason to come back..).
Second week in the Philippines mainly spent on Siargao Island.
Very different from Bohol and Cebu, the north part of the island is absolutely non touristic. Most of the visitors choose this place for surfing, so the most popular towns are General Luna and Cloud 9, only 10minutes drive form each other.
Best way to visit the island is by renting a motorbike and just randomly explore! You will find hidden beaches everywhere with crystal water.
Next stop: Cebu City!
(via Ferry from Tagbilaran Port –> 2hours for 520 php + 100 php for the luggage)
Unfortunately only for a couple of days, but enough to try few vegan restaurants and to visit one of the most beautiful spots ever!
Yes I’m talking about the Kawasan Falls.
Waking up with the sound of hundreds of farm animals coming from all around the island.
This is what happens in Panglao, Philippines.
And this is how I would like to start my Vegan travel diary about this new adventure.
Sitting on my balcony overlooking the sea, with my laptop and the sun rising just next to me.
Could I ask for a better office view?
I’m Sarah, the Vegan Wanderer!
Follow me in my journey around the world.
My life changed in 2013 when I decided to be more coherent with my love for Animals. It’s been the best decision I could make and that’s why my purpose now is to help as many people I can to open their eyes and make the connection.
This blog will show different aspects of what choosing Vegan means. It will be mainly focused on how to find ethical ways to travel, by choosing cruelty free meals and activities; how to be sustainable and how to choose eco-friendly options when looking for accommodations.
I also have recently launched a YouTube channel, together with my vegan partner Gianluca. Our videos are divided into sections: Survival Travel Guides, Animal Rights Activism, Recipes and Educational content.
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“Travel is the only thing you buy that makes you richer.”