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Haven't been abroad in years, but when I did go I ate whatever the locals were eating. I could never understand why people went abroad to Spain, for example, and hunted out a place serving full English breakfasts and roast dinners.
i have only been abroad once to greece when i was 7 weeks pregnant with rhianna, being sick didn't help anyway but i hated their food, it must of been the oil they cooked in, it was horrid!! i ate chips everyday from the buffet thing LOL we had a mcdonalds a 5 mins walk from out hotel so i even ate there too most days :\
That must have been hard while preggo! Greek food is very rich.
I tend to try the local food...there's usually a lot of seafood in Greece and Spain which I like not to mention paella, I also like Greek salad and some of the traditional Greek dishes like kleftiko, not moussaka though, that's disgusting (but I have tried it!!).
When i was in Cyprus Sharron i tried the lamb Mousakka and didn't like it at all, another day i tried the Vegetarian Mousakka and i was in heaven, it was georgeous. I've even tried to make it myself but didn't even come close. I think i might have got lucky with that restaurant because even if i ordered it in any other restaurants since it dosn't come close.
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