Hi, I'm Wendy. It's nice to meet you!
I'm an intrepid traveler, vegan foodie and polyglot. Here at The Nomadic Vegan, I combine my passions for travel, veganism and language to show you just how fun and fulfilling vegan travel can be.
As an avid traveller who's visited more than 100 countries, my first thought when considering going vegan was that it was going to ruin travel.
Initially, I envisioned this blog as a kind of survival guide, where I would show people how to keep from starving as they roamed the earth in desperate search of elusive vegan food.
Oh, how wrong I was! Not only has being vegan not ruined travel, it has actually made it about a hundred times better. I now want to go back and revisit all the places I travelled to before I was vegan, because I'm so bummed that I missed out on all the delicious vegan food there!
Wendy Werneth has been to: Andorra, United Arab Emirates, Antarctica, Argentina, Austria, Australia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bangladesh, Belgium, Burkina Faso, Benin, Brunei, Bolivia, Brazil, Bahamas, Belize, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Switzerland, Chile, People's Republic of China, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Germany, Denmark, Ecuador, Estonia, Egypt, Spain, Ethiopia, France, United Kingdom, Ghana, Greece, Guatemala, Hong Kong, Honduras, Croatia, Hungary, Indonesia, Ireland, Israel, India, Iceland, Italy, Jordan, Kenya, Kyrgyzstan, Cambodia, Kazakhstan, Laos, Lebanon, Liechtenstein, Sri Lanka, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Latvia, Morocco, Monaco, Montenegro, Madagascar, Macedonia, Mali, Myanmar, Macao, Malta, Mexico, Malaysia, Nicaragua, Netherlands, Nepal, Oman, Panama, Peru, Philippines, Pakistan, Poland, Palestine, Portugal, Qatar, Serbia, Sweden, Singapore, Slovenia, Senegal, El Salvador, Syria, Togo, Thailand, East Timor, Tunisia, Turkey, Tanzania, Uganda, United States, Uruguay, Uzbekistan, Vatican, Vietnam, Yemen.
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Want to hear some of my travel stories? Then listen to the podcast that I host with my husband Nick. It's called English in 10 Minutes, and it features real, unscripted conversations between the two of us.
Since we both really love travel, we usually end up talking about one of the places we've visited.
The podcast is for intermediate and advanced learners of English, but even native English speakers enjoy listening in on our conversations.
And if you'd like your own travels to be more enriching, compassionate and delicious, the perfect way to start is by downloading your free copy of my ebook, "9 Steps for Easy Vegan Travel".