Guatemala: Taking the bus from Flores to Antigua

Guatemala: Taking the bus from Flores to Antigua

  The next stop on our “just-in-time” itinerary was Antigua in the southern highlands of the country. We researched the different options that are available to make this journey, and…

Are we having fun yet?

Sitting here at the Squatter’s Brewery at the Salt Lake City airport waiting for our second flight of the day – destination Atlanta, before heading onwards to the first stop…

Vegan chocolate chip banana bread

Vegan chocolate chip banana bread

  Looking for a delicious, moist chocolately banana bread that’s cruelty free and filled with goodness? Look no further! Ingredients: 6 ripe bananas ¼ cup oil (I use coconut oil…

New Zealand: Being vegan

New Zealand: Being vegan

Walking through the arrivals hall in Christchurch airport offers a clear understanding of two main sources of revenue in New Zealand – sheep and cows. Pictures and sounds of these…

India: Being vegan

India: Being vegan

  We had reservations about visiting India for a few reasons, but food wasn’t one of them! We eagerly anticipated the rich spicy flavours, the soft warm breads and the…

TRAIL Issue 14: Surviving a run in Honduras!

TRAIL Issue 14: Surviving a run in Honduras!

  Another awesome issue of TRAIL magazine featuring Eat.Run.See! This time we cover running  in the Honduran jungle – an exhilarating experience! We also talk about how we’re traveling on a plant-based…

We buy backpacks!

We buy backpacks!

  Buying a backpack takes a serious amount of research! Our bags are one of the most critical pieces of gear for our adventure. After all, we have to live…

Belize: A gentle seaside run: Corozal

Belize: A gentle seaside run: Corozal

  Corozal, Belize didn’t offer too many options for great running, however we did have a few very nice, but short, runs along a stretch of road (1st Avenue, Corozal) running…

Hong Kong: 6 days to Eat.Run.See (Part 1)

Hong Kong: 6 days to Eat.Run.See (Part 1)

  Hong Kong is a special administrative region of the People’s Republic of China. Home to over 7 million people, it’s one of the world’s most densely populated cities. It’s…

Guatemala: Being vegan

Guatemala: Being vegan

  We spent over 3 weeks in Guatemala and during this time, had the opportunity to try a wide variety of foods and restaurants that satisfied our vegan requirements. The…


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