On Saturday, I had my first ever tattoo. I looked around and found that some tattoo inks contain animal by-products, so I needed to make sure I went somewhere that used vegan ink. But then I thought, what better place to get a vegan tattoo then London's one and only vegan tattoo studio? Fifth Dimension … Continue reading Animal Liberation Tattoo at London Vegan Tattoo Studio
Yesterday was a first for me...I visited my first ever vegan ice-cream parlour in London called Yorica! Just a short walk from Oxford Street in the trendy streets of Soho, Yorica is your perfect stop for a sweet treat. Choose from ice-cream (made from rice milk), frozen yoghurt or a selection of shakes. This is … Continue reading New Dairy-Free & Vegan Ice Cream Parlour in London!
On 16th January 2016, I attended the London Against Taiji Dolphin Massacre March, from Oxford Street to the Japanese Embassy. The annual dolphin slaughter in Taiji is something I've felt strongly about since watching documentary The Cove a couple of years ago. This film shows former dolphin trainer Ric O'Barry embark on an epic journey as … Continue reading Japan – The World is Watching You. London Against Taiji Dolphin Massacre March
Incase you didn't know, London is amazing for vegan food. I spent the weekend around Oxford Street and Covent Garden and was spoilt for choice. Here were some of the highlights, enjoy! Le Pain Quotidien is great for vegans, and it's literally everywhere in London! I visited one in central Covent Garden, just make … Continue reading Walking Round LDN Town
My big brother has just moved to Honor Oar Park in South London, so today I went to visit and check out the local area. I was happy to find plenty of vegan options, and even a vegan raw food cafe. Just a few minutes walk from Honor Oak overground station, LoveGift Vegan Cafe is … Continue reading LoveGift Vegan Cafe – Honor Oak Park, London
Yesterday was my second VegFest experience. I really enjoyed it last year but found this year's display even better! With a larger venue for starters, to accommodate for the 20,000 guests last year plus more, the layout was better, and even though still completely crowded, there seemed like more space. I queued for about forty … Continue reading VegFest 2015 – London, Olympia
Yesterday I spent the day in sunny(ish) South London, and was particularly impressed with some of the vegan food outlets in Brixton. First of all, I visited Veg Bar in Tulse Hill, about a 10-15 minute walk from Brixton Station, but well worth the trek. I'd heard that this had previously been a vegetarian bar, … Continue reading Vegan is the New Black in Brixton
On October 4th, I took part in the Global March for Elephants and Rhinos in London. This was a great experience and it was brilliant to see so many people coming together for such an important cause. There were around one thousand people in London, and many more in cities all over the world. Even … Continue reading Global March for Elephants and Rhinos