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We’re Matt and Alysha, the two endlessly curious (gluten free) travelers behind this site.
We spent the past two years traveling the world, which included 18 national parks here in the United States, and several months exploring in Europe.
Recently, we have chosen to put down roots in Portland, Oregon, and look forward to exploring even more of the Pacific Northwest. Before that, we’ve lived in San Francisco and Seattle, and know those cities like the back of our hands.
We plan (and pay for) all of our own travels, and we use our first hand knowledge to write detailed travel guides to the places we love to help YOU plan an amazing trip.
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There’s a good reason why Italy tops the bucket list of countless travelers. It has a unique historical significance (even though Italy itself is actually one of the youngest countries in Europe) thanks to the Roman Empire’s escapades, it has a famous food culture (not to mention the wine), and it has gorgeous scenery. Italy…
Hey There! We’re Matt and Alysha
We’re Matt and Alysha, the two endlessly curious gluten free foodies behind Wheatless Wanderlust. We believe that travel is about learning, discovery, and connection.
We’ll help you become a more active participant when you travel – as opposed to an observer – by helping you find ways to connect with locals through cooking classes, walking tours, and more.
We write detailed travel guides to help you forge deeper connections, and hopefully we’ll help you discover something new along the way.
PS: Matt has Celiac Disease, and we write gluten free travel guides to help you find the best safe gluten free restaurants around the world!
The Cinque Terre – a series of five gorgeous towns with colorful buildings set on the rocky coastline of northwest Italy – is both one of the most beautiful places to visit in Italy, and one of the most unique geological settings in the country. There are only a handful of places in the world…
Mount Rainier National Park, home of the 14,000+ foot volcano that is visible for hundreds of miles, spans nearly 400 acres in southwest Washington. It’s a massive park, and it’s made more comlicated by the fact that the Mountain sits right smack dab in the middle of it, with no way to go over, under,…
On our latest trip to Mount Rainier National Park, it was our goal to make it to the big four waterfalls in the Paradise area – Narada, Christine, Myrtle, and Comet Falls. By the evening of our last full day, we had checked off the first three, and we were planning on getting up at…