Tag: travel

From The Allergic Traveller to Us

From The Allergic Traveller to Us

When Danielle Barry was 12, she knew of only one life goal: to one day live in Finland. But to get to the part where she actually made the move at age 19, we need to go back in time. At 2 years-old, she was […]

200 Allergies & Counting

200 Allergies & Counting

Have you ever met someone and thought yourself, “Yes. Just Yes”? Because I just did. The Allergy Chef. You might have heard of or seen her. She has nearly 21,000 Instagram followers and is currently touring the country with The Food Allergy Awareness Exhibition. And. […]

Nutrition and Dietetics While Traveling

Nutrition and Dietetics While Traveling

As I already admitted, I don’t know what I’m doing or where exactly I’m traveling to next month. That means that I don’t know where I’m sleeping or if I will have access to kitchens to prepare my own food. And as I was thinking […]

Do You Know What You’re Doing? Me Neither.

Do You Know What You’re Doing? Me Neither.

I’m planning my first backpacking trip and I don’t know what I’m doing. There, I said it. Let’s just start off by saying that I use the word planning very loosely. I know I want to go to Mexico, Guatemala, and Cuba, but I don’t […]

What’s an Allergy Card? This is.

What’s an Allergy Card? This is.

There are a few ways to alleviate some of the travel concern both for the allergic traveler and for the allergic traveler’s parents. In my opinion, the easiest way to minimize that concern is by using allergy cards. What’s an allergy card? Great question, astute […]

Hiking in Israel: Banias Nature Reserve

Hiking in Israel: Banias Nature Reserve

There are a million beautiful hikes in Israel. From Ein Gedi and Nahal David, to Masada, to the Yehudiya Nature Reserve, and then all the way north to Banias… the hiking options are endless. And while not everyone is a hiker (myself included at times), […]

Tel Aviv Food Guide

Tel Aviv Food Guide

I lived in Israel for about 3 years. Before I moved there, I visited 3 times. I wouldn’t call myself an Israel expert, but I would say for an American chick with fatal food allergies, I’m pretty freaking close. Speaking Hebrew. When I moved to […]

How I Caught the Barcelona Blues

How I Caught the Barcelona Blues

My first time in Barcelona was inspiring. The architecture. The people. The energy. The art. The food… you know? It’s just so special. But it’s so special now- that I’m looking back. In the moment, I was suffering from the worst downhill spiral of events. […]

My Tel Aviv Nightmare

My Tel Aviv Nightmare

One sunny, way too hot and WAY too humid summer afternoon I walked over to my friend’s apartment by the beach in Tel Aviv. As we waited for our other friends to arrive, we took a quick trip to the market for snacks – never […]