Vegan Travel from Penang to Singapore

Giselle and Cody (@mindfulwanderlust and @codyk) spend some more time in Penang, exploring the delicious vegan food and taking in the sights of the Buddhist Temples before making their way to Singapore to check out more vegan restaurants, and care for a sweet pup and kitty in a beautiful and cozy housesit.

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