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Cruising Gluten Free on P&O Cruises

Living gluten-free present challenges wherever you go – I’m sure I’m not the only one with a hoard of gluten-free snacks scattered through handbags, my car glovebox and of course filling kitchen cupboards! One of the biggest challenges is of course travelling. Having been a lifelong foodie and travel addict, going gluten-free in 2016 gave me a lot to think about and carefully plan when travelling – one of the reasons I started reading blogs on other people’s experiences, and the reason I’ve created my own travel blog! Now, despite being a travel addict, and already having ticked off a fair few countries (41 and counting!) I’ve never been too sure of the whole interrailing or backpacking thing – the reason for that being that in 2010 I went on my first cruise ship. There really is nothing quite like cruising, and I’ll no doubt put together a full blog post on why I think it’s so amazing some time, but for now I want to talk about the cruise line I’ve travelled with the most, and why they’re so…

Being gluten free when you're travelling can be daunting - luckily P&O Cruises make it pretty much stress free! Here are a couple of my thoughts and experiences on travelling with the line with dietary requirements. Check out my blog >>

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