Last Updated on February 2, 2021
3. Adopting An Irregular Eating Schedule
Having a regular eating schedule and not skipping any meals are two essential eating habits to have. So why would you change these habits while traveling? Sure, it can be quite hard considering that you will probably be making different things each day. Also, mealtimes can get out of your control. But you should make a real effort to maintain your eating schedule during your time abroad.
4. Eating At The So-Called “Tourist Restaurants.”
Experiencing new recipes with local ingredients and unique combinations that you’re not familiar with is one of the best things about traveling. There are amazing and very different cuisines in the four corners of the globe. With that being said, keep in mind that restaurants in the main tourist streets aren’t usually your best option if you want to get acquainted with the local cuisine. Besides, since the main target of these restaurants is tourists, they are often overpriced. This does not necessarily mean that you eat badly in these places, but finding much better options is possible. Fortunately, there are many online platforms such as TripAdvisor, Yelp, or Zomato, where you can find restaurant recommendations in the city you are visiting.
You can also check restaurant reviews to see if it is a popular recommendation among locals. Alternatively, you can also meet the locals and ask them for food advice directly to avoid any food choice mistakes.
5. Excess Drinking is also one of these food mistakes.
Vacations are a propitious time for high consumption of alcoholic beverages. Drinking a Pina Colada by the beach or a Long Island Ice Tea at the hotel bar late at night are good catalysts to have a good time. But if you do it every day, you may put your health at risk. Moreover, these beverages are highly caloric, which can further deteriorate your health. Take your reusable water bottle with you everywhere you go! To conclude, here is a bonus Food-related things you shouldn’t do abroad! When you are visiting a country with a very different culture, it is important to be aware that there are certain behaviors that you consider normal that could be perceived by locals in a vastly different manner – in some cases even these behaviors can get you in trouble
. Here are some examples: