I was drawn to writing useful travel articles. And then I write mainly about what we visited, and how the trip was organized, what nuances need to be thought out on the road, and many other little things remain behind the scenes, although this is an equally important part of the trip. It’s just that everything has already been brought to such an automatism – what to take with me, how to arrange a trip, where we will eat on the road – that I absolutely do not think about these things now. But at times I remember my first excitement before the road, how many questions I had in my head, and on such a wave such posts are born. Hope they really help someone;)
Today, I will talk about how and where you can eat while traveling. I will not give specific addresses of establishments, but I will give you basic tips that will help you, at least, not die of hunger if you are in a new place and have not yet found where you can eat here. Well, just our life hacks, which even while traveling with a child, when we need additional safety net, helped us somehow survive 🙂
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Let’s come back to our main motive of this article, explaining the tips while traveling and eating food from commercial stores. Let’s five in…
What to take with you
To begin with, I always have it in my backpack, do I need food on the road and that for snacks on the trip I take with me. Once upon a time I traveled alone and the list of necessities was one, but when I began to travel with a child, this list expanded somewhat.
1. A boiler
It will help even at the train station, where there are usually sockets, to get boiling water to make tea, coffee or instant food. Situations are different, I’m talking about traveling as a savage and with a backpack behind my back, when there are long waits at the stations of different trains and, having arrived in a new city, you still do not know where you can stop, etc. etc.
2. Accordingly there is a mug
Take a Ceramic mug with you, so that you can heat water in it with a boiler, otherwise I once stepped and took a plastic one.
Quite the opposite, plastic, with a lid fastened on the sides. You can put food in it before the road. Homemade, if you leave home, or ordering at a restaurant, if you just go from point A to point B. For example, when we lived in Krabi and went with Misha to Kuala Lumpur, I cooked just before leaving and put fresh homemade food. At least upon arrival in a new country, you will not have to rush to look for a place to eat, because the food for at least one snack is already with you. But this is more necessary for traveling with children, although a plate is often needed on the road and for adults.