Eating an English, German or American breakfast may be what you’re used to, but don’t stick to the same-old-same-old when traveling; be adventurous, try the local fare.
pass the rice, Baby
Never mind cold cereal, in Japan the breakfast grain is rice, and it is served with fish, vegetables and miso soup. The Vietnamese prefer beef, fish or chicken noodle soup.
sugar for my honey
Eating super-sweet things for breakfast like honey, hazelnut cream or jam is mainly a Western thing. In many African countries, cornmeal or millet meal are as sweet as it gets, and they are often accompanied by plantains or bean pancakes.
a solid start to the day
Rice and beans, cheese and plantains are popular breakfast foods in Costa Rica. In Panama, plantains are often served with garlic sausages and liver.