Last weekend was my Blogiversary and to celebrate 2 years of Without Cruelty on WordPress I thought it would be fun to revisit an earlier post. With a little help from you guys out there I figured I would have to re-post something food based, preferably written during my time in Asia and packed full… Continue reading *My Blogiversary Repost* And The Winner Is…….
Anyone who follows my Instagram knows I drink a lot of tea and coffee, but recently I have been enjoying the light, delicate flavours of Matcha, powered green tea. Initially I was turned on to matcha because the health benefits far out weigh those of regular green tea, but it tastes so great, I now… Continue reading Do The Matcha Shake
Travelling from Bangkok to Siem Reap is a pretty smooth experience, however there are a couple of things to be weary of and to look out for, so I thought I’d provide you with a quick guide on how to cross the border without getting scammed. Kerry and I opted to travel to Siem Reap on… Continue reading Travelling from Bangkok to Siem Reap
I always get excited about trying new foodie things and as much as I try to embrace a healthy way of life, I just love love love a snack from time to time and when I see new Lays flavours to get stuck in to I get super excited! Since arriving in Thailand there have… Continue reading Veggie Friendly Guide to Thai Crisps & Snacks
I thought I’d just briefly cover how easy it is to cross from Malaysia in to Thailand via public transport. Before Kerry and I decided to catch the train from Butterworth up to Pedang Besar we read a few blogs and travel guides but nothing really provided us with enough reliable, precise info on the… Continue reading Crossing the Boarder: Malaysia to Thailand
The Bridge on the River Kwai is situated about 20 minutes outside of a cool, quirky town called Kanchanaburi. It’s about 2 hours west of Bangkok and really is a must do for anyone that a) likes history b) likes getting drunk and c) enjoys awesome veggie food! Getting there is really simple too. From… Continue reading Kanchanaburi (Madness Madness!)
The vegetarian and vegan options in Thailand are really amazing, especially if you know where to look and what to ask for. The Jae festival, a festival celebrating all things vegan has sadly just come to an end in an attempt to extend the herbivore happiness I thought I’d share my favourite place in Bangkok… Continue reading Veggie Alley Khaosan Road