Traveling with food allergies can be a daunting experience. Let’s be honest, regardless of the severity of your food intolerance, you are literally putting your health (and your faith) in the hands of a stranger!
I am writing this post in the car, while my husband drives us back from a four day trip in the California desert as I wanted to put together a quick guide about the AIP road trip food that I enjoyed while exploring the beautiful Joshua Tree and picturesque nature around Palm Springs.
Being away from the kitchen can be disruptive to a healthy diet, especially if you are trying to stay away from grains, nightshades, seeds and nuts… And because so many people asked me how I do it… here it is:
My guide on how to stick to the AIP while going on vacation!
It’s weird how after a while, when memories start to fade, only a couple of emotions stand out and tinge the entire experience with one predominant sensation.
We wanted cool weather, pure relaxation, an active lifestyle and healthy food. A trip to the Alps seemed like the perfect way to accomplish all of these goals.
Staying in nice hotels is our thing. Some people like to dine at Michelin Star restaurants, some love to buy designer clothes… we like luxury resorts.
And after experiencing what it means to combine a traditional 4 star experience with the charm of living in a castle at CatelloBanfi Il Borgo, we didn’t miss the opportunity to do it again!
Our Tuscan adventure began in the Chianti region starting with Greve in Chianti, supposedly one of the main attractions in the area. To our dismay Greve was rather uneventful, and lacked the typical medieval Tuscan feel that we were hoping for.
You haven’t really experienced luxury until you have been to Asia.
No matter the grandeur, the amenities or the price you pay… there isn’t a place in the western world, that can compete with the feeling ,of lavishness one can experience in the East.