Be it checking out street foods or trying out gourmet dishes, having food trips is more than just being “a thing to do” when travelling.
You see, having food trips is not just something done to fill up your empty stomach. It’s also something done for you to see how vibrant a place’s culture really is. It’s also something done for you experience how rich a place’s history really is.
Those being said, make your food trips really worthwhile by:
Inviting Other People
The more, the merrier. Nothing could be truer when it comes to food tripping. This doesn’t mean, however, that you have to haul random people into a restaurant and convince them to eat with you. This only means, whether you’re travelling alone or travelling with a group, inviting other people to simply enjoy a hearty meal with you. From there, you can then build a kind of friendship that will last for years to come.
Roaming Around Gardens
Making your food trips really worthwhile can be as easy as roaming around gardens like how the Covent Garden things to do pretty much go. Just make sure to check with the place’s security first if you can bring over food and drinks inside. If not, always remember that there is no shortage of places to go – be it a remote one or a renowned one. If yes, make sure that there are no crumbs or even spills left upon leaving the place.
Sharing To Others
This is probably the best way to make your food trips worthwhile. Admit it or not, there will be homeless people lying on the streets everywhere you go. If you’re travelling alone, why not share your food with them? If you’re travelling with a group, why not scatter around and share your food with them? You will not just realize the importance of food, but also realize the importance of humanity – everywhere you go.