Donut breakfast x Work day
Based on my experience, Madrid looks a lot like midtown in nyc. The main difference is the narrow streets, cobble stone roads, wide spectrum of architectural styles, and ofc the Spanish. Otherwise, the parks and shops remind me a lot of central manhattan.
Exploring the city is fun. But you should know, Madrid isn’t a very vegan friendly city. People are huge on cured meats and fancy cheese. Meat is sold everywhere, and vegan restaurants are over priced.
As a traveler, food shopping is a great way to live on a budget. But this is especially true as a vegan traveler.
You can grab oranges and make juice, fruits for your platter, veggies for your quinoa mix, lentils for some soup, chick peas for a salad. The options are limitless, and cheap!
Let me get off topic really quick:
I meet so many people who travel on a budget. We speak on the challenges people face, and what really stops them from traveling. Money is usually the main reason. It’s understandable since we usually think of vacations as something luxurious, but it’s very easy to humble down these days, and just kick it at an Airbnb. $80 can pay your accommodation for a week (depending on the city ofc). Let’s say $25 or less per week for metro access. $100 a week for food if you’re being boogie n going out a couple times a week.
What I’m trying to get at is, don’t doubt how far your dollar can go! There’s a whole world out there, & waiting for the day you have enough money can be key word for “I’m never going to do it.” I hope you all have the strength to first and foremost know yourself, secondly, heal yourself, thirdly explore the depths of your power. And sometimes, that means hoping on a plane and being like ✌🏽
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