You cannot travel very far without starting to feel the rumble in your stomach, your mouth watering, your mind wondering, or the options weighing: what shall I choose to eat? While traveling, away from your native country, you are often faced with the choices, the surprises, the shouldn’t haves, the “can-I-have-another”, or the tenuous offers from gracious hosts, not to mention the language barriers or identification issues. But that is part of the fun, the experience, the substance which makes travel interesting; and let’s face it, no matter what, often times a great memory or a good story. The seafood in Iceland, the polipo e pesto in Padua, the cow tongue in Japan, the amaretti cookies in San Gimignano, and all the stops in-between. This is perhaps, one of the reasons we travel. For more travel-food related topics, we invite you to read three of our related posts: On the Road to Health , Vegan Life – 9 Lessons Learned or Eating 101.
This photo was taken in the central market next to the Piazza Delle Erbe in Padua, Italy.
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