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Food for thought

Plan for your plates

Plan for your plates

It can be hard to order food in foreign countries, especially if you have dietary restrictions. Food allergy cards make it easier to communicate serious issues with food. Written in the local language, you can show it when ordering rather than trying to translate.

Have H20 on the go

Have H20 on the go

Be sure you stay hydrated no matter where you travel. You may want to consider purchasing a filtering or purifying water bottle so you can be certain you have safe drinking water wherever you go.

Pack your snacks

Pack your snacks

Avoid getting “hangry” by always having a granola bar or snack with you. This will come in handy in between meals or if you can’t find any local foods that fit your taste.

Bring a just-in-case-kit

Bring a just-in-case-kit

Chances are you’ll be trying foods you’ve never had before. Be ready for all you can eat by having antacids and other stomach relievers packed – just so you don’t have to worry.

Make your trip one to remember, visiting places you’ve never seen, and trying foods you’ve never tasted!

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