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bferbear wrote:I spent a month or so in Thailand and Cambodia a couple of years ago and found I lost weight whilst over there. Eat at local places rather than restaurants that cater to westerners. You will find there are a lot more vegetables and less meat in the locals serves than the tourists. Also the portions will be smaller. (Plus it is heaps cheaper and more authentic)
If you are on holidays rather than working then you will find yourself doing much more walking than normal, in a much more humid climate than you are used to, this also burns up a lot more calories.
Keep up your water intake, have a huge glass or two before a meal. Firstly to replace fluid you have lost whilst sightseeing and secondly to fill yourself up before eating.
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