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Context Country: Bulgaria. Language(s): Bulgarian (български). Length of stay(s): 3 visits of approximately 12 days in total, including Sofia, Vidin, Koshava, and Plovdiv. Main issues Understanding of concept: Younger people generally understand what a vegetarian is. Availability: Very good. Choice of menu: Similar to a Mediterranean diet. Excellent for lacto-ovo vegetarian, eggs and cheese readily available. Quality: Very good Value for money: Excellent at time of writing … Continue reading
Probably not that interesting if you’re not into airport lounges. But to me these are great places to escape the ‘hustle and bustle’ of airports – and if I’m lucky they have a shower too (United’s Boston lounge doesn’t, one of their 2 Newark lounges does). Wi-Fi is expected for free and I’ve never paid yet in a … Continue reading
Life Alive is simply an excellent organic cafe. I was really pleased to find this place in Lowell (MA, USA), and made it my mission to try as much of the menu as I could whilst here. After 2 days I’m on 5 out of 15 smoothies, and 5 main dishes, I still have a day or … Continue reading
Why is Lehka Hlava the best restaurant I’ve ever been to? Vegetarian Vegan Raw food Excellent range of ‘super healthy’ drinks Unpretentious – very friendly (staff and restaurant) Very good value (for its position near Charles bridge in Prague I’d say cheap!) Great desserts (often not so good in veggie restaurants) Hyper-informative menu Open kitchen area – … Continue reading
No 1 Studio Training We visited No 1 Studio Training for a Power Plates instruction session, which disappointingly turned out to be a Power Plates gym session. The session was good, but we’d paid and travelled down from the midlands to have instruction about using Power Plates. No 1 Studio Training can be found at 108 Maltings … Continue reading
Milk is readily available in Tallinn!
If you’ve never been to the UK then this is pleasure you’ve missed. Motorway Service Stations are one of those things the Brits love to hate, but we’d miss them if they weren’t there! They have improved over the years!
Although I enjoyed the company of good friends this story didn’t start well as it was situated in Itaewon; Seoul’s ex-pat area. I admit I’m a cultural snob – when I come to Seoul I want to see Korea. Arriving at the Troika Russian restaurant, Russian text book in my rucksack, I completely confused the … Continue reading
1 litre of Korean milk with a label which appears to be have been written by a Korean relative of Tolstoy