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Eating in Indonesia

Monday, October 07, 2013

The one great thing about going to Indonesia is eating the food. Yes the sites are wonderful and family is nice - but eating....














one of my favorites





The food is sweet - savory - spicy - hot or not hot Delicious I do like eating in Indonesia.
However one must be careful - I do often have tummy issues when I travel there - is it because of the water ? or the spices - or just the variety - I do not know - but I do like to eat authentic foods -- regardless of food safe practices
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  • v SNOWSNAKE
    Oh yummers!!! I love the pictures of all the interesting choices you had, the little packages with surprises cooked inside them!! Love it! I loved trying new food items when in Malaysia one year --same thing happened once with a real bad tummy ache, but I got over it and still wanted to try things...its such a long long trip not to have that adventurous spirit!!! Thinking of you, ***SNOW*** emoticon
    1053 days ago
  • v KAYOTIC
    Oh, that looks yummy! I know my tummy gets a bit picky sometimes when I try new things or overly fried stuff....hope yours is coping well! Enjoy! emoticon
    1053 days ago
  • v REGILIEH
    Sorry but the food doesn't look good at all to me but I'm glad you love it!
    1053 days ago
  • v INCREDIBLYME
    it all looks so amazing, keep the probiotics handy to help keep the good gut bugs winning the tummy war
    1053 days ago
  • v MARYJOANNA
    You are probably safer drinking bottled water!
    1053 days ago
  • v JUNEAU2010
    I'd love to travel internationally just so I could savor the local cuisines in a different way!
    1053 days ago
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