It’s the last month of 2016, how did that happen? It’s been a crazy month with the elections here in the United States. Without getting too political, I am still hoping I am waking up from a nightmare and the outcome of the elections were all a big joke. Having friends across the globe, it’s been really enlightening to see what others now think of America. All I say is try living here. It’s really quite a mess these days and I would be lying if I said I wasn’t scared of the next four years.
But we must carry on with life and go on. Perhaps I should tell people I meet on my travels that I am from Canada instead of the US. I don’t want people thinking I voted for that maniac. /rant
Gluten-Free Globetrotter in the News
- Top 50 Best Gluten-Free Blogs: I am honored that both my Gluten-Free Globetrotter and Gluten-Free Fun made it on this list!
- Mr Trippy: I have been named as THE go-to celiac travel consultant for Mr.Trippy.com, an online travel service
- Top 10 Gluten-Free Cities: Some of my reviews were included in this list compiled by Travel Supermarket
- Team Ozlo: I’ve been chosen to partner with Ozlo.com, a new travel website, where I will help people find gluten-free restaurants, reviews, and more. Stay tuned for more details.
Gluten-Free Travel News
- Gluten-Free Bakery Debuts at Walla Walla Airport
- Six Amazing Gluten-Free Desserts Around the Monterey Peninsula
- The Best Gluten-Free Restaurants in London
- Gluten-Free Three Day Retreat in the UK
- The new wellness hotel that’s changing the game for business jet setters
- Ten Tips for Travelling with Food Allergies
- 9 Tokyo Restaurants & Confectioners Offering Gluten Free Options
- New Gluten-Free Restaurant To Open in New York City
- Gluten-Free Convenience Stores in Japan
In other news…
Where I’ve been: This past month I have stayed put in California. I had a lovely weekend in Sausalito and San Francisco (post coming soon) and also did some visiting with sea otters in Moss Landing, CA. I met up with my cousins in Pescadero and even had lunch in Dublin, CA. (Who knew there was one outside of Ireland and Ohio?! Not me!)
Where I’m going: I booked my first 2017 NYC trip of many for next year. With a wedding in NYC, I need to take care of a lot of details which requires me flying back and forth. Thank goodness for airline sales and a flexible schedule. I am also busy toying with ideas of where to go on our honeymoon. I think Greece is up there on my list!
Gluten-Free Globetrotter wedding update
My wedding venue in New York City is booked, I bought a beautiful wedding gown, I know where I am getting my gluten-free wedding cake (By the Way Bakery in NYC), and my menu is setting up to be almost completely gluten-free. Things are coming together but we still have a long way to go. We have wedding guests coming from more than 8 states and 5 countries so there is a lot of logistically planning, tour guiding, and more to do for this wedding international weekend. I can’t wait to share our special day with our friends and family from around the world.
Where are you traveling to this month?
Ed. Note: It has been brought to my attention (yet again) that there is someone using my website name and misrepresenting themselves on social media as me. Please keep in mind that Gluten-Free Globetrotter is a registered trademark with the USPTO. If someone is emailing you or commenting on your website using my name and/or website, please let me know immediately. It is very upsetting that someone is trying to fraudulently build their brand based on my brand name and website that has been around almost 6 years. Thank you for your help.