If you plan on traveling south of the border, there are lots of amazing places to eat and depending on what country you’re in, you’ll find a variety of native foods oozing with flavor and well, just all-around yum. We stumbled upon this cool Toronto-based babe named Ayngelina who – bitten by the travel bug – has been touring the world solo, all the while taking tons of photos of food and documenting her trips on her blog Bacon is Magic. Her food photos made us want to put on our travel boots and hightail it! Have a look at some of the delectable meals she encountered through Mexico and South America. We’re hoping to catch up with her to chat about what it takes to travel solo, especially as a female…
ABOVE: Salbutes – deep fried soft tortilla topped with chicken, turkey or pork, onions, tomatoes and lettuce.
BELOW: Panucho – small fried corn tortillas garnished with black beans and topped with turkey or chicken, lettuce, avocado and pickled onion.
ABOVE: Rabbit stew
BELOW: Pumpkin gnocchi
San Pedro de Atacama, Chile
ABOVE: Sauteed calamari salad
BELOW: Caldillo de Congrio – eel, shrimp, onions, tomatoes, potatoes, seafood stock and heavy cream
ABOVE: Chanar flan