Nachos, Starbucks, trashy magazines - not all travel habits are good ones!
I can’t say why nachos hold such an appeal for me. I don’t have a memory of trying them for the first time or consciously making them a travel tradition. In fact, I often avoid ordering nachos, as I feel guilty that I don’t want a more authentic regional dish!
While I decry the production of poor quality nachos – those with skimpy toppings, with burnt on cheese, with soggy middles, with miniscule side servings of sour cream and guacamole – there really are no bad nachos. I challenge you to eat some on your next trip and indulge a vice or two.
While we’re on the topic of being honest about travel vices, I should confess to a litany of other charges that fall before me.
And if it comes with an Oreo McFlurry on the side, so be it.
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