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In addition to the other excellent answers, from personal experience when you are farther away from larger highways there are less likely to be large "truck stops" and travel centers. However, gas stations are generally run by clerks who are usually bored and generally friendly, and they rarely if ever object to you using the gas station microwave for your ...
You can buy a microwave that operates on 12 volts. They aren't as powerful as mains voltage ones (600 watts or so, compared to 1500 watts) but they do the trick. You can buy them from places that cater to RVers or mailorder. Here is one example: http://www.roadtrucker.com/12-volt-microwave-wavebox/12-volt-microwave.htm Note that even at 600 watts, the ...
TA Travel centers and similar truck-stop like facilities might be your best bet. They cater to people spending lots of time on the road. They often have showers and other facilities that go beyond regular retail restaurant/gas station stops
Try a city specific expat-focused website. Shenzhen Party, Shanghaiist, Beijinger, etc etc. Lots of Engl language content about the eateries around town.
I've checked numerous freeze-sensitive things over the years. Once, back in the 80s I had damage (and that from a 1-hr flight.) Since then everything has been fine, even on very long flights.
Hi I'm a flight attendant and have checked in freeze sensitive items like the above (wines , cheese... even champagne and a whole clingwrapped roasted duck) to bring home throughout my 2-year career. Yes, it's only 2 years but I do check in such stuff frequently (between monthly and quarterly basis). I would stow them quickly in the fridge when I get home. ...
Here's a recent article from the Phnom Penh Post: Dealing in turtles is mostly illegal in Cambodia, where six of the 14 turtle species are endangered, some critically. The only legitimate options are to import them or buy from the single licensed farm. But a thriving trade that stretches from small provincial restaurants in Cambodia to Hong Kong ...
Being vegetarian in Spain is very difficult, if you stay for a long time - cook by yourself, the selection of veggie is very big, prices are low and quality is very good. Also check for Moroccan and oriental restaurants - they have some selection of chickpea dishes.
A quick search by "cala mayor beach vegetarian food" on Google gave me 2 restaurants that offer vegetarian food. QCUTE CHAT SHOP (they serve organic ingredients and vegetarian dishes are available) and PLAER NATURAL RESTAURANT (serving vegetarian restaurant, organic produce). Never been to any of them, but it seems that vegetarian food is available in Cala ...
If you can't read Chinese, I suggest you use FourSquare, they have decent amount of info in the big cities. If you do read some Chinese, try Dianping, they are the FourSquare in china and has the most complete listing of restaurants. It has both iOS and android apps.
You really don't need to bring it, soy milk is widely available at most any store in Australia. You should be allowed to import soy milk if it's commercially packaged, but you must declare it to biosecurity on arrival, if you fail to declare it you may be subject to fines.
Absolutely say you have something to declare. If you declare it and show it to the customs officials it won't take any time at all even if they confiscate it. They will just take it and you'll be on your way. If you don't declare it and customs finds anything they'll look through all your luggage very thoroughly and enter your information in the computer, ...
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