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A couple of months ago I was very intrigued when I discovered the Gluten-Free Beirut (Sans gluten à Beyrouth) page on Facebook. The Middle East is such a mysterious and alluring place to me. I’ve never been to any parts … Continue reading
In the past few weeks, there have been a few interesting items in the news regarding gluten-free travel. I thought I would start sharing these news stories with my Gluten-Free Globetrotter readers on a semi-regular basis.
February and early March 2014 Gluten-Free Travel News
Be Free Village, Boise Valley Startup, Now Offering Gluten-Free Products at the Boise Airport
Eat Healthy, Eat Locally in Cabo: Cabo Gluten-Free Bakery
United Airlines Elevates Inflight Dining with the Addition of Gluten-Free Choices
Why going gluten free doesn’t have to ruin travel
Gluten-Free in NYC Map on City Maps
Gluten Free for All in New York City
Have a gluten-free travel news story I missed? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org!
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One of my favorite parts about writing Gluten-Free Globetrotter is connecting with people across the globe. In December, Barbara left a comment on this site. She is the author of Gluten-Free Amsterdam, a website (in English) about restaurants and tips … Continue reading
When I was doing my research for my Wales and Scotland trip in the fall, I connected with Sam via Twitter. Sam is the owner of Gluten-Free Nottingham, a business that supplies high-quality, handmade, gluten-free food to people in the … Continue reading
When traveling to foreign countries, local support groups and bloggers are a wonderful source of information. I haven’t yet traveled south of the Equator, but I am hoping to make it there one day in the future. Argentina is at … Continue reading