When traveling, eating vegetarian or vegan can be difficult, but often there are lovely restaurants that cater to a plant-based lifestyle around the world. The Channel Islands are no exception.
Probably the most exciting facet of the Channel Islands is their wine, cider and beer scene. The weather here is perfect for crafting premium beverages and spirits, and talent abounds.
The Guernsey and Jersey islands hiking trails offer stunning views from high up on cliffs or below on beaches. I want to share some hikes that have made me feel connected with this place so far.
If you have been considering boating in the Channel Islands, but don’t know where to start, then you have come to the right place!
The first thing that comes to mind when we think of eating on an island are dishes prepared with fish, shellfish, fruits and typical species of the area.
If you identify as a woman and are looking forward to traveling by yourself on a remote island, then you might consider seeing the Channel Islands, near England.
Whether you came by flying or sailing, once you arrive at any of The Channel Islands, what you most want to do is go for a walk. Some of these islands offer rides that you can do by car.
When we hear the name The Channel Islands, the first thing that comes to mind is nature, beach, sea, tourism and landscapes. Being a group of small islands, the last thing that would come to mind is literature.
When the days are the shortest, and their temperature is at its coolest, staying active on the Channel Islands during the winter may not be the first thing on your mind.
If you have ever tried yoga or regularly practice it, then you may know that it is a practice that prioritizes consistent movement, along with other principles.