Welcome to September, Gluten-Free Globetrotters! I hope you had a wonderful summer traveling the globe.
Where I’ve been this summer…
→ California: San Francisco, Palo Alto, Camp Celiac in Livermore, Ano Nuevo State Park, Big Basin State Park, Castle Rock State Park, and so many more awesome places as I continue to explore my new home state.
→ Canada: The Canadian Celiac Conference in St. John’s, Newfoundland and a family vacation London, St. Thomas, and Port Stanley, Ontario
→ Airports: Almost too many to count! San Jose, Chicago O’Hare, Detroit, Charlotte, Toronto, St. John’s, Kitchener/Waterloo
Where I’m going this fall…
→ NEW YORK CITY!!! My first trip back to the Big Apple since I moved to California in January. To say I am excited is an understatement.
→ Santa Barbara: Taking a weekend trip to explore a new-to-me coast California town
→ Portland: If you are a long time reader of Gluten-Free Globetrotter, you know I used to work in Portland. I LOVE the gluten-free food scene in Portland and cannot wait to go back for the Gluten Free Food Allergy Fest in October.
Gluten-Free Globetrotter Personal News
I got engaged and I am getting married!!! Read my story here.
Gluten-Free Travel Randomness
I ran into Wine with Kristen at the Chicago O’Hare Airport and Lindsay of Gluten-Free Travelers at a restaurant in Santa Cruz, CA. Neither event planned, both gluten-free friends from New York City!
Gluten-Free Travel News
- Gluten-Free Guide to Salzburg
- Gluten-Free on the Go: Travel Cards in 10+ Languages
- 12 Essential Gluten-Free Eats in Charleston
- Cruise Lines International Association Highlights How Cruise Lines Accommodate Those with Allergies and Dietary Restrictions
- Honolulu for Gluten-Free Foodies
- Belfast, Ireland First Gluten-Free Food Fair
- What’s New to Eat at the US Open
Did I miss any top gluten-free travel news? Email me at email@example.com!
1 thought on “Gluten-Free Globetrotter Travel News: September 2016”
I met you when you were in St. John’s this summer. Hope you enjoyed your visit here.
I am going to the Phillipines and China in October. Do you have any suggestions from your experience to help manage my gluten free restriction for my celiac disease.
I plan to get celiac travel cards.
Thank you !