Category: Allergen-free eating on the road
Hilton Playa Del Carmen
Late summer of this year I was able to go to a conference in Playa Del Carmen, one of my favorite locations in North America. The accommodations were at the Hilton Playa del Carmen, an all-inclusive resort located in downtown Playa del Carmen, Mexico. Different than my honeymoon stay at Sandos Caracol, this location embraced…
Disney World – Magic Kingdom – Cinderella’s Royal Table
There are certain dining experiences that define where you vacation. You can’t go to Italy without eating some pasta. You can’t go to England without seeing Big Ben. You can’t visit Colorado without at least looking at a mountain. You get the gist. Thus, Disney brings forth the quintessential dining experience – Cinderella’s Magic Table.…
My First Time to Disney – Part 1
It took 28 years, but I actually got to go to Disney! As every kid I dreamed of going to Disney. 90s advertisements on TV didn’t help either, and it became an obsession. I remember in kindergarten we took turns bringing home a stuffed bear. When we returned from the weekend, we had to tell…
Universal Studios – Must Try Foods
My advise – jump on that Toothsome train and love it!
Universal Studios – Dining with Allergies
It is so unbelievably hard traveling with food allergies. Living in the western United States with food allergies is Russian Roulette on where you go, with who, and how sick you might become. The biggest issue overall is that people don’t understand that allergies are serious, and that eating said food means hours, if not…
Disney Planning – What to Eat?
Disney is well known for its food options at their parks. In days of lore it was the giant turkey legs and Mickey shaped ice creams. Today Disney is trying to constantly create and sell Insta-worthy options for a growing number of teens and young adults that capture everything.
Do a Lot With a Little
I have never had what I would consider a lot of money or resources. I grew up in my grandparent’s house. My family lived below the poverty line. Since moving out of my childhood home I have been in school and/or working in jobs that don’t pay more than $34,000 a year.
Make Sure You’ve Got the Docs
Plan ahead with your visas and passports
Arepa Barn – Gluten Free Heaven
note: this restaurant closed in 2018 It is rare in this part of the world to find a restaurant that is catered to a specific type of regional food. Though it is increasing and improving with Thai, Ethiopian, Moroccan, Mexican, Chinese, Korean etc. becoming more and more common in Colorado. However, an hour North, into…
Ditching Disposables When Traveling
If you have been paying attention to much news, you know our plastic use is becoming a serious problem. Not only is it already a pollutant that doesn’t break down, but its becoming increasingly hard to recycle. For 20 years China has been taking plastics from the United States, and other counties like New Zealand,…