A gluten free guide to Milton Keynes, is something that I have been meaning to write for a long time. I write travel guides for all over the World, but have never written one for my home town. Now that I have been at home for seven weeks in lockdown it seems like a great […]Read more "Gluten Free in Milton Keynes – The Sightseeing Coeliac"
Having been diagnosed with coeliac for over 11 years, I have tried out many online gluten free companies. I have also tried many gluten free bakeries whilst working in London and travelling around the country so now that the country is on lockdown, what companies have I wanted to support and/or try products by ordering […]Read more "Supporting Gluten Free Businesses – A Guide of What to Order Online"
I’m sure everyone that is coeliac or travelling with dietary requirements packs some sort of food and snacks when they are travelling to avoid the hanger that generally comes hand in hand with dietary requirements during long days and being in new locations. However what are the best things to actually pack? Here’s my guide […]Read more "Gluten Free Travel Food and Snack Guide – The Sightseeing Coeliac"
Inspired by glutenfreemrsd I thought I would write my own 2020 travel wish list! During 2019 I spent more of my annual leave in the U.K. than I normally would to allow me to spend time with my two year old nephew (and the rest of the family of course!) and to have a calmer […]Read more "My 2020 Travel Wish List – The Sightseeing Coeliac"
Why Copenhagen? Copenhagen is an absolutely beautiful, dynamic city that I visited with my dad during my university days. I revisited recently for one of my friends birthdays and loved it just as much! However, don’t book it on a whim or due to cheap flights without any planning as Copenhagen is oh so expensive […]Read more "Gluten Free Copenhagen – The Sightseeing Coeliac"
Why Alaska? Last year friends of ours booked a Holland America Alaskan cruise, and we decided to join them! We decided to turn the cruise into a two week holiday and had several options of what to add on for the second week. We could have visited more of Alaska like our friends chose to […]Read more "Gluten Free in Alaska – The Sightseeing Coeliac on a Holland America Cruise"
Why Portland? Last year Paul and I decided to go on an Alaskan cruise with friends. To turn it into a two week holiday we decided to add on time in Seattle, and two nights in Portland – a city that is meant to be heaven for gluten free options! I couldn’t wait to do […]Read more "Gluten Free in Portland – The Sightseeing Coeliac"
Why Eastern Slovakia? Paul and I decided to go away for the May bank holiday and wanted a cheap break with flights from Luton airport. With a love for lakes and mountain locations, but also city breaks we opted for a flight to Kosice – the second largest city in Slovakia. From here it was […]Read more "Gluten Free in Eastern Slovakia – The Sightseeing Coeliac"
Coeliac disease and travelling I didn’t grow up going on beach holiays or chilling out holidays, my family holidays involved being on the go, experiencing local culture, eating in local restaurants and cooking bbqs with produce from local markets. I can’t remember a time when I, or my family wasn’t planning our next adventure. Until […]Read more "How to Travel the World Gluten Free – The Sightseeing Coeliac"
Why Hong Kong? After loads of discussions with Paul and my friends, Louise and Hugh about going on holiday in March, we eventually picked Hong Kong for a random week away. We thought we could do some sightseeing, visit the large Vegas like casinos in Macau, go to Disney and we love being in Asia. […]Read more "Gluten Free in Hong Kong – The Sightseeing Coeliac"