We know a fair number of travelers who are terrified of eating street food, and get shivers just reading about bugs in Cambodia or buckets of live frogs and eels found all over Asia. And it totally makes sense. Nobody wants to get sick. But you are really missing out if you don’t take advantage of the street food, and here are some reasons why.
We’ve heard from a lot of people that they are scared to eat street food - mainly for fear of getting sick and ruining their vacation. But we’ve been eating street food as long as we’ve been traveling, and I’ve never gotten sick. Well, except for that one time in Morocco. Here is how you can eat street food and not get sick.
We didn’t do a lot of research when planning our packing list for our South African safari adventures. Mainly because we travel with all our possessions and aren’t too keen on buying new things, but also because we kinda feel like we already have everything we need. This may not be the case for you. If you are going on safari, this is what you should pack.
We hadn’t thought too much about the big differences between a guided safari and a self guided safari until we went to South Africa and did a handful of each. And THIS is the difference between them, explained.