Have you ever wondered if you can fly gluten free with Air Asia? Flying around the world when you have celiac can make you a bit anxious. I was using Air Asia on my travels in Southeast Asia and started by looking at their website online. It looked like they had allergens listed on many … Read moreCan you Fly Gluten Free with Air Asia?
I used the Nima Gluten Sensor at a restaurant that advertised gluten free meal options. I brought along my trusty Nima Gluten Sensor and it saved me. The meal looked delicious but before I ate it, I used the one-time use capsules and it came back with ‘Gluten Found.’ While I was bummed that I … Read moreNima Gluten Sensor Saved Me!
There are many places to see in Ao Nang and Krabi and I will tell you what is worth seeing. I was excited to see the beautiful islands around the Krabi area that I saw on Instagram. As we arrived from Khanom which had a slower pace we were expecting a lot of things to … Read morePlaces To See In Ao Nang, Thailand
It does not matter who you are, you crave some sort of gluten free junk food or vice foods. For me, I love chips and chocolate and was searching for gluten free junk food in Thailand. Gluten Free Road Trip Snacks in Thailand Navigating a different country where you cannot read the labels and the … Read moreGluten Free Junk Food in Thailand
We were looking to settle down and get out of the hectic big city life of Thailand and looking for a relaxing holiday in Thailand. We extended our stay in this quaint town of Khanom after a few days because it was peaceful and slow paced. There are a lot of busy beaches in Thailand, … Read moreRelaxing in Thailand
We finally found our quiet retreat in Khanom, Thailand. We loved this small fisherman’s village and finally stayed for 9 nights somewhere. Think quiet, beach 5 minute walk away, bike 7 minutes into town, nice small streets to walk in the country. You can always drop me a line if you want to know where … Read moreGluten Free Eating in Khanom, Thailand
I want to talk about living with celiac and travelling with others. In Koh Samui, we were with my husband’s friend who was a full-on gluten eater.I am talking bread for breakfast, lunch and supper kind of guy. Do you want to know how I survived while being a celiac, keep reading…. Game Plan for … Read moreCeliac and Non-Celiacs Travelling Together