It should come as no surprise to our readers that the TL Travel team travels A LOT. Travel, as much as we love it, can be very unpredictable & when it comes to major flight delays you may never know what you need from your luggage to stay sane & feel fresh while you wait.
Websites boasting 'Eat The Streets' posts will tell you where to get your fix of local cuisine anywhere you want to go, but some locations are, no doubt, questioned more than others. While very few of us think twice about grabbing a hot-dog after the bar from a street stand in the States, so many travelers are warned time & time again to NEVER eat the street food in Thailand, Vietnam, Costa Rica, Bolivia .. you name it. But why? Is there any rhyme or reason to these warnings?