Roseanne's Vegan Travel Adventures on

Born and raised in the Bay Area, California, Roseanne is a vegan digital nomad and slow traveler. She’s a lover of languages and will travel to another country just to see a band. Her background is in non-profits and social activism, and she has worked for community start-ups and online petition websites. She is a dual passport holder for the US and Philippines, and is currently in Southeast Asia. Her favorite food is potatoes, definitely potatoes.

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Favorite Vegan Restaurants In Singapore

Singapore has become one of my favorite countries for vegan food. The country is beautifully multicultural, and one can find an abundance of so many different cuisines, varying from Chinese to Malay, Indian, Indonesian and Western. Singapore was named the […]

Favorite Vegan Restaurants in Manila, Philippines

Metro Manila is composed of several cities including the capital city of Manila, Quezon City, Makati, San Juan, Pasig, and others. On Happy Cow, there are 52 vegan and vegetarian-friendly restaurants in Metro Manila. While there are many I have […]

Vegan Festivals In The Philippines

2016 was a big year for veganism in the Philippines. Two of the very first vegan festivals took place and I was able to make it to both. Here’s when you can find them in 2017: VegFest Pilipinas: November 2017 […]

Favorite Vegan Restaurants In Makati, Philippines

Filipino cuisine is often seen as being animal-heavy. I grew up in a Filipino household – and it’s partly true. When I first became vegan, I didn’t know any vegan Filipinos, nor did my friends or relatives. It wasn’t until […] is a place where vegans from around the world can share their passion for travel and adventure, help promote and grow interest in going vegan, shed light on the issues animals are facing around the globe, and help build a more sustainable and compassionate world. By sharing our collective experiences, we believe we can show the world how easy it is not only to travel as a vegan, but also spread a message of compassion with those we meet along the way.

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