Hotel Breakfast Is All About The Eggs


  1. After suffering through a multitude of South American hostel breakfasts that promise eggs but serve up the tiniest portion of overlooked yellow things coated in vegetable oil, I totally agree with what you’re saying in this post! There have been a couple of hostels along the way who actually took some care over their eggs and it honestly makes them stand out a mile – and get a decent review on TripAdvisor too. Also one place served warm homemade brown bread (in Vilcabamba, Ecuador) and I honestly thought I’d gone to free hostel breakfast heaven.
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  2. That’s great! Even the tiniest places can put so much love and care to the little things, especially with breakfast. We stayed at a hostel in Chile and every morning at 4 am a women named Nicole would wake up to bake us homemade bread for breakfast. It was amazing and such a sweet family who ran the hostel.

    Glad you had a similar experience! (The good one, not the bad one.)

  3. People always say that breakfast is the most important meal of the day! I hate it when your eggs come out and they still have that clear layer on top where they haven’t quite been cooked long enough and you have to scoop half the egg over to the side. If this happens it puts me right off my breakfast.
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  4. Ahahaah I love that theory! But I must admit that for me, eggs at breakfast are already kind of exotic so I’m not too picky. Here continental breakfast is the norm so if there is something warm on the menu, it’s already a big thing for us. 😀 But you could have the same theory for croissants. It can taste like cardboard sometimes when it’s cheap ones.
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