Day 5: Thou Shall Not Skip Meals 

If you happen to be taking a bus tour, like we were, you may be tempted to think that you’re not being physically active. Because you think you’re not being physically active, you may be tempted to think that you don’t need to eat. 

Let’s face it! Food cost money, takes time, and can be hard to find. From a workaholic stand point, eating makes no sense. But skipping a meal can do you no good. Traveling is tiring, period. So when you skip a meal you miss out on a chance to give yourself a boost of energy in the middle of the day. 

One day while in London visiting  St. Paul’s Catherdral we did so much walking around that we nearly forgot to eat dinner. Of course this sent my readings down a helter skelter. 

When we arrived to the ferry port in Harwich thy night my reading was 46. This completely exasterbated and already bad situation. We had found out that there was no room on the over night ferry and we had no place to stay. Because I was so low, I wasn’t much help to Ari when we were looking for a place to stay. But thank God we were able to find a very nice bed and breakfast o take us in. 

It may not be easy to take time to stop and eat when there’s so much to see and do while traveling, but you’ll thank yourself later when you do. 

Every Meal Is the Most Important Meal of the Day. Thou shall not skip meals when abroad. 

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