A few weeks ago we made the decision, but we wanted to finish sharing our last trip to Morocco before communicating it. Don’t be scared! We’re not closing the web! But we will stop writing for a while so that we can devote ourselves to thinking of new ways to share our gluten-free adventures around the world and turn it into a faster, more dynamic and attractive webpage for everyone.
For this we need time and we don’t have it if we keep writing at the same pace as now. In the last three years we have shared 145 articles about our gluten-free adventures around the world, talking about gluten-free restaurants, ice-cream parlours, airlines, bakeries and hotels – and unfortunately also with gluten – in 25 countries on 4 continents.
After Morocco I was in Miami (USA); in Sofia and Plovdiv (Bulgaria); I returned to South Africa and also to Belgrade (Serbia); Isabel traveled to Buenos Aires, Ushuaia, Bariloche and Iguazú (Argentina); we made a trip to the North of Spain visiting Torrejón el Rubio, Salamanca, León, Potes, Fuente Dé, Tolosa and Hondarribia; we spent a wonderful weekend in a hotel in Andorra owned by celiacs; at the beginning of September we will travel one week through Galicia and Asturias (Spain); at the end of September I will go another week to Las Vegas (USA); in mid-October I will travel to Washington DC (USA); and at the beginning of November I will return to Morocco.
Although we won’t be writing about these trips until we have finished the reforms on the web, we have updated the map of gluten-free restaurants in the world so that you can see them in case you plan to travel to these wonderful destinations.
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