Five years ago today, I was on a work trip in Singapore. Honestly, before I was told that was where my next assignment would be, Singapore wasn’t even on my radar. Since I was going to far from home, I decided to extend my trip beyond my work assignment and I am so happy I did. I absolutely loved exploring this tiny country and wish I had stayed longer.Continue reading “Gluten-Free Guide to Singapore”
Gluten-Free Guide to San Diego
San Diego is one of my favorite West Coast cities. Having family and friends that live near San Diego has a lot to do with it, but so does the proximity to the beach, the blue skies, and the palm trees. Our most recent visit was in December and far too short. It also got a little rainy but we made the best of it! Putting together this Gluten-free Guide to San Diego makes me want to go back for a longer trip.
As usual, I had a list of gluten-free friendly places to eat longer than the number of actual meals I could consume in a 4-day trip. I’ve gotten a ton of requests for this list over the past few weeks, so please accept my apologies it has taken so long. This gluten-free guide will also include gluten-free suggestions based on my two most recent trips to San Diego.Continue reading “Gluten-Free Guide to San Diego”
Ultimate Guide to the Best Gluten-Free Bagels
This post is a bit of a departure from my normal travel content but it is one of the TOP questions I get when people ask me about eating gluten-free in New York City.
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Where can I get a good gluten-free bagel in NYC?
A Year of Gluten-Free Travel Friends in NYC
I did not travel as much as I would have liked in 2022, but I did connect with many gluten-free travelers and friends who were busy visiting New York City this past year. I figured this would put a fun spin on my Gluten-Free Globetrotter year in review. My favorite part of the celiac community has always been to connect with others living with celiac disease from around the world in real life. IRL > DMs!
Connecting with other Gluten-Free Globetrotters who have NYC on their travel itineraries is an awesome way for me to not only meet new friends, but to live vicariously through others’ travel experiences. We meet up in person, eat gluten-free food, and then we talk about travel. Sounds like a win/win to me! I am also flattered and honored to finally meet people that I admire and consider friends even if we have never met in person yet. Another perk of living in NYC is having so many wonderful gluten-free locals to connect with over gluten-free foods. The community is really an unexpected “bonus” of having celiac disease.
Here is a rundown of the gluten-free friends I connected with in 2022. (I hope I didn’t forget anyone!)Continue reading “A Year of Gluten-Free Travel Friends in NYC”
2022 Gluten-Free Globetrotter Travel Gift Guide
If you haven’t started your holiday shopping like me, it’s not too late. Gifts that make gluten-free traveling easier are always at the top of my list. Some of these gifts are digital which mean no shipping time! If digital gifts aren’t really your thing, I vote for experiences! What better way to surprise a traveler than with a tour or a show. I also include some Gluten-Free Globetrotter gear, travel tools, and food ideas. Gluten-free snacks are always the perfect gift for a gluten-free traveler this holiday season and year round!Continue reading “2022 Gluten-Free Globetrotter Travel Gift Guide”