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My advice is to avoid street food. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3209856/ A study in Santa Fe de Bogota, Colombia revealed that over 30% of a group of food handlers examined were carriers of pathogenic microorganism including Salmonella typhi, Staphylococcus aureus, Salmonella enteritidis, and Shigella The report details a number of ...


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Disclaimer: I've not been to Colombia yet, but I have it on good authority that this is one of the most typically Colombian street foods, and I've tried it from Colombian places in other countries and it's pretty distinctive. Arepas They're a kind of stodgy corn (maize) bread, often served with cheese. Surprisingly filling, good for breakfast or after ...


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Philippines Customs, Currency & Airport Tax regulations details Prohibited: [...] transport of all plants, planting materials, fruits and vegetables, regardless of quantity, if not accompanied by a valid quarantine documents (Import Permit/Authority to Import).


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I think you'll find a lot of places that satisfy your requirements: Vienna has many coffee houses and an excellent public transport network. If you pick a random location in the central district, it's more likely than not to be under 300m from a transport stop. With that in mind, it's not really practical to assemble an exhaustive list, so I'll just give an ...


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There's Cafe Central, which according to Google Maps is about 100 meters from the Herrengasse U-Bahn station. Someone on Tripadvisor calls it "a must-see for anyone wanting to capture the essence of Vienna." Go about the same distance in the other direction, toward the Michaelerplatz, and you'll get to Cafe Griensteidl, known in the 19th century as "Cafe ...


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I visited several places in China and had no problems. I will admit that I stayed in some nice hotels and took the obvious precaution of drinking bottled water. That said, general hygiene considerations such as washing your hands and then being aware of what you are touching afterwards is important. The door handle for the toilet being one thing to watch ...


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I went to China and didn't have a single problem. There are a few measures you can take to avoid problems: Wash your hands carefully (I guess this is applicable everywhere). Don't go and eat directly too exotic foods. Leave a bit of time to your body to get used to Asian food. Alternate food you are used to with more exotic food so that the shock for your ...


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There plenty of dishes in SE Asia that do not use nuts, you won't starve. But as you surmised it could be difficult to determine if nuts were used by smell or sight alone. First thing you should do when you arrive in each country is to ask someone to write a note about your allergy in the local language. Keep it simple, that you have an allergy to nuts ...



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