Thanks for this amusing story. Since I have had similar experiences this tale made me laugh out loud. I wish there was a cruise or some other all-inclusive adventure that was all vegan but also all fun. The only vegan cruise I can find is full of lectures and my guess is that the price is so high in part to pay for these talented speakers.
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So true. One has to kickstart the learning curve every time. It's bad enough in the US going to hotels and being (still!) given a plate of pasta or roasted vegetables like they're doing you a big favor, but 8 days in the tropics with white rice? I hope the rest was really worth it!
Clif bars are my mainstay also for traveling. You might want to bring a jar of peanut butter and a jar of powdered protein as well. And I'd bring a loaf of my banana chocolate chip cake for breakfast, just in case they don't have chocolate :)
Cliff bars are a life saver! No matter where I go, I always bring SOMETHING and never rely on someone else to feed me. Even if they promise!
Ah, the adventures of vegan travel. Yep, been there. I still get a little gullable at times when they say "Vegan, no problem!" What would we do without Clif?
Not sure if you tried these, but I always take Tasty Bite meals with me. They don't need refrigeration and keep for 18 month (before opening.) They come in a pouch and are ready to eat. I still always have my stash of Luna, Clif bars and nuts but Tasty bite's are good for those times when you want something other than the 100th Clif bar :o).
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