Eating healthy in Paris can be a challenge if you’re not big on research and are easily tempted by a cabinet full of chocolate éclairs or a neighbouring diner’s plate of soft cheeses. But, for all it’s indulgent stereotype, modern Parisian cuisine outside the tourist traps actually has a lot to offer in the way of delicious, healthy eating.

Staring at the ceiling of a hotel room at 2 a.m. in the morning is my least favourite way to start a holiday. And to think there was a time that I didn’t believe jet lag was a real thing… How naive! But if it’s ever hit you, you’ve probably been left in the dark wondering, what is jet lag and when will this nightmare end?!?

Any traveler looking to experience Australia’s beach culture will no doubt find themselves rubbing shoulders with the hipsters, yogis and gluten-free vegans of Sydney’s Bondi Beach. And beyond the eye-candy provided by famous lifeguards and vet’s in the area (they know who they are…), Bondi also boasts some amazingly healthy organic, paleo, gluten-free and vegan brunch spots to indulge in between swims.

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