This month marks 8 years of this Gluten-Free Globetrotter website. This is quite the milestone considering it takes on average 6-10 years to even get a celiac diagnosis in the United States. I have been living and traveling gluten-free since my diagnosis way back in 1981. I do not know any other way of living… Continue reading 8 Years of Gluten-Free Globetrotter
I am a big fan of using translation cards when I travel. If you have been reading Gluten-Free Globetrotter for a long time, you know I have used these cards around the globe! Shellfish and gluten-free/celiac cards in Thailand and gluten-free/celiac cards in Prague, Costa Rica, France, and even in Chinatown, NYC. These cards are… Continue reading Gluten-Free Travel with SelectWisely Translation Cards
Today is my 40th birthday. As I write those words, I honestly cannot believe I am turning 40 today. Where does the time go? I was bitten by the travel bug in my 20s and never looked back! This weekend, I celebrated with some wine tasting in Santa Cruz, California and a hike at the… Continue reading Gluten-Free Globetrotter: 40 and Fabulous
My travels started with my family but in the 20s I was bitten by the “solo travel” bug and I never looked back. I was nervous at first, but I realized quickly that traveling solo is really liberating. I think you learn a lot about yourself and others while traveling solo and I fully encourage… Continue reading My Travels
If you have celiac disease and travel anywhere in the world, chances are you are always pack food. Not only does your carry-on bag have snacks, but your suitcase is probably half full of food too. I know mine is!