Tags » Gluten Free Travel

Wide-Eyed Wander: A Glimpse of Havasupai

As I arrived at the edge of the hilltop, ready to descend into the unknown, I breathed a sigh of relief and also anticipation. I was miles away from the hustle and bustle of the everyday life surrounded by monstrous cliffs and canyons. 4,872 more words

Chambelland: The 100% Gluten Free Bakery in Paris

France is world-famous for artisan patisseries and boulangeries, which can be off putting if you can’t tolerate gluten. But luckily there is a fantastic gluten free bakery in the heart of Paris to cater for our needs. 466 more words


Eating well around the world

I have been travelling for quite some time now. I love it and I adore seeing incredible things and meeting amazing people and tasting new food. 318 more words

Gluten Free Lifestyle

GF Vegetarian Thai Noodle Curry

I just landed in Paris after living out in the tropical paradise of Réunion Island. I met a best friend from childhood, called Scout, who came to meet me here from London and the first thing we did after putting down our rucksacks was pop to the local shops and stock up on food. 215 more words


The Joys of Coeliac Travel!

Hey there!

Check out my first ever Vlog where I talk a bit about why I’m grateful for coeliac disease and all the positive sides of gluten-free life on the road. 25 more words


Gluten Free London: Dishoom at King's Cross

London is an excellent city for those who follow a gluten-free diet. With plenty of options, it is, in fact, sometimes hard to know what to choose from. 384 more words

Gluten free in Cambodia

Before travelling to Cambodia I tried to find as much information as possible about eating gluten free in Cambodia. Most accounts I could find from others with coeliac disease said that they found the country “difficult” and that it was hard to eat gluten free. 368 more words