Meeting Kipton and his sister has been a trip highlight. 🐷 Pigs are the third smartest animal on Earth and are never given the respect they deserve. They're social animals with a wide range of vocalisations just like humans or dogs. 🖤 #choosecompassion#ethicalvegan
While our @jucyworld trip was primarily a chance to see Australia before leaving, it has also been an experiment in uncompromising minimalism and tiny living. 3/4 of the way through, we've agreed an internet connection and each other is all we need!
Once home we're REALLY throwing out what's left of our possessions and aren't just waiting for travel to force us to finish the process. Nobody needs an overflowing sock drawer or twenty forks holding them down to a point on a map. Less stuff = more freedom to live however you please. #happinessproject#homeiswhereyouparkit 🌈💟
Tim & Nugget. 💗🐮 @peanuts_funny_farm is this great little nonprofit animal sanctuary bringing together disadvantaged kids and animals, sometimes saving them both in the process. To support you can buy their annual calendar or stay a night in their vegan B&B, which is what we opted to do. 🏡#vegantravel#veganlove
If you've got tips for Mornington Peninsula, Great Ocean Road and the Melbourne area please let me know! We've got five nights free and would love to know your best places to eat, park or explore. #dametraveler#vegantravel
If you could design a restaurant just for us, this would have been it. 🙌🏻 Plantbased burgers to satisfy even the most adamant carnist, with to die for milkshakes. 🍔🍟🥛 I love the varied demographic of vegan eateries, it's NEVER the typical "hippy" we're stereotyped as and varies from school girls, young dudes in their low hanging jeans, older dudes in suits, elderly couples and always a family or two. Everyone is eating vegan in 2017.
Anything you can eat, you can eat vegan. @soulburgerau is meaty, cheesy junk food without the violence of meat or cheese. 🐮🐷🐣
#TrashFreeThursday // Bringing your own food is the best way to be in control of your choices!
We caught the six hour train to Brisbane last week and knew full well they wouldn't have ethical options onboard. Let alone low waste options.
So we filled our water bottles with filtered water and Tim prepared four servings of homemade falafel and quinoa in reusable lunch boxes, using leftover chickpeas and spinach we otherwise would have had to throw out. Not only did bringing our own lunches and cutlery save plastic waste helping keep our oceans safe, it was also so much healthier and more filling (nutrition PACKED) than anything anyone around us was eating. Plus it cost us $2-$3 per meal and we both ate until we were stuffed, compared to the $9.50 they charge for a single meal onboard.
I'd been wanting to eat at @thebeetbyronbay for a while and finally got to a couple of nights ago! I had the Big Bowl which had almost too much nutrition it was ridiculous, Tim had the burger and fries (always) + we split the goji and orange raw cake, kombucha and chai! ✔️✔️✔️ #eatvegan#nourishyourbody