How to survive as a Vegan in the Philippines

Let’s face it, after 3 weeks in the Philippines, I can officially say Filippino’s cuisine isn’t fit for vegans. Filippino people LOVE meat, especially porc and beef but they also love cheese so vegetarian meal often contain cheese. But nothing is impossible! I didn’t starve during the 3 weeks I spent there, I didn’t thrive either but I managed to survive ;)

If you’re a vegan heading out to The Philippines soon and you’re anxious about how to deal with food, here’s a little guide that might give you a few tips:

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11 must do's in Siargao if you don't surf

Siargao is renowned as the surfing capital of the Philippines. But if you don’t surf, it’s still a pretty awesome destination! From natural rock pools to secret spots and palm trees forests including some of the best island hopping in the country and plenty of sustainability initiatives, here’s why it should be definitely be on your list!

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London city trip conscious guide

I’ve recently escaped to London for a much needed city trip with the boyfriend. I was thrilled as London is a place I spent quite some time when I was younger (family friends lived there and I would go for the summer) and always have had a huge soft spot for. The nature, the energy, the British way of thinking and the openness of its inhabitants have made it a place I hope to be able to live in someday.

 I researched for quite a long time before my stay so I though I’d share the places I’ve been to and my favorites in case someone is going soon and is looking to spend a conscious week end! However, since 3 days is super short and we were not able/visit as much as we wanted to, I’ve also listed at the bottom some recommendations that were made to me but that I didn’t get to see. Just in case ;)

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