Street food: Eating on the cheap in Luang Prabang
Food can make or break your trip. Food poisoning can be a nightmare. A fellow backpacker from Australia fell prey to it in Sabah, and was confined to bed for three days. Since I am quite cautious, I've been spared except for a mild case of food poisoning in India. It seems everyone who goes to India inevitably suffers from food poisoning regardless of the precautions you take. Food that is fried properly on the spot isgenerally safe from my experience. Food left in the open, cut fruits, raw veggies, ice cubes, cold drinks unless from a bottle, and milk products I avoid
I find Laotian food...not to my taste, put it this way. But one's man meat is another man's poison. What do you think of the food below?
My advice is when in doubt don't be greedy and eat. Unless, it's your last day on earth!