Vegan Travel | A Year of Housesitting in SE Asia

Picture of a pool surrounded by palm trees and tall apartment buildings with white text saying "A year of housesitting in SE Asia"

Although I wasn’t quite as lucky to avoid paying for places to stay as I was in 2016, the last year did see me saving a lot of money on accommodations by housesitting around Thailand, Malaysia, and Vietnam.

Thanks to that, as well as a lot of beans and rice at home, I’ve also come closer to being able to sustain myself through T.O.F.U. instead of having to find other sources of income. Although I’m not completely there yet, and I’ve got a decent amount of debt to tackle too, the fact that I was at least able to feed myself through what the magazine made during the last four to six months of the year was a good thing going into 2018.

Of course, without the support of all of you who believe in what T.O.F.U. is doing, as well as the support I have from a network of family and friends, I know I wouldn’t even be this far. So, thank you.

Obviously, with the push to go to print still ongoing, and another issue due to be released in the next month or two, I’ve got plenty of plans for this year and I can’t wait to see what comes of them all.

For now, here’s a taste of what the last year was like. Yes, there are plenty of cats, dogs, and other critters!

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