The Month that just FLIES by!

If you missed last month's update, find it here: Jumping into the New Year with more Travels

We started off this month introducing our new blog: WanderlustVegansTravels.blogspot.com. This blog is designed to organise our travel diaries, tourism and monthly updates. WanderlustVegans.com will be used primarily for vegan guides, travel tips and everything else vegan. This being said, both blogs are connected and linked together. You should be able to find everything you are looking for now.

This month we shared our first video about Vegas on YouTube. Unfortunately, due to not enough subscribers, we will be losing our monetization and we hope you can help support us by subscribing to our channel. If we can reach 1000 subscribers, we can have our monetization back. 


The second Sunday is still focused on vegan food in different destinations but we are changing up how these are produced. This month we gave you Best Places VEGANISED on Vancouver Island  (Remember we share a new Vegan Type Guide the second Sunday of every month).

We made our way to Baby Salsa to celebrate a birthday. We love the vegan options at Baby Salsa. They can basically make anything on their menu vegan. Here is their vegan taco. I always go for the taco salad!

The weather forecast had been calling for snow all month, and we finally got dumped on overnight and woke up to a foot of snow. This means that the island goes into shut down mode. People don't show up for work and are too scared to leave the house. We can't leave either, we do not have snow tires and swerve all over the road with the tiniest bit of snow.

For our travel tips this month we shared our tips on 'How to Budget for a Long Road Trip Across Canada' (Remember to check back the third Sunday of every month for more travel tips from us.)

We attended a celebration of life and it was a lovely as it could be. It brought the family together, some of whom we haven't seen since before we left for England. They say what brings a family together is a wedding or a funeral. Too bad it wasn't a wedding. 

Since we didn't know what the vegan options would be, we made a vegan sandwich platter to bring for the lunch after the service. We made chickpea salad sandwiches. They turned out really well. 
My aunt also bought cupcakes for us from A Wee Cupcakery. They make delicious cupcakes. She doesn't make very many every day, so it is best to pre-order them to avoid disappointment.
After the service was all done, we went for a family dinner at Sukkho Thai. Sukkho Thai can veganise a lot of their dishes and the curry is delicious. 

We thought we published our last spotlight series post on Vancouver Island, but we went through our drafts and found we started this post. 'The Neighbourhood of Fernwood, Victoria BC' and shared it as our last spotlight post on Vancouver Island.

We are still in shock that February is over, and this means that we have been back in Canada for a year already. This time last year we were in London, for our last 'hurrah' and we are so thankful we had the opportunity to live in England for a year. 

To see what we get up to next month, check out our post: It's March and Spring is Finally Here!

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