My favourite group is coming to Costa Rica on Saturday!! The concert's at 7 p.m (most likely 8, since Costa Ricans never start on time...). But, since we're such big fans, a friend and I are going to be waiting in line since around 8:30 AM. Of course, I'll need to eat and drink in that 12 hour period, and I can't exactly take a cooler. Heck, even jumping up and down in extasy wearing a purse is uncomfortable!
I need advice on lightweight, good food I can take with me to eat in line, prefferably in disposable packages so I won't have to be lugging them around during the concert. Keep in mind I'll be waiting there about 12 hours.
I've done this bit twice already this year for my favourite band, and my favourite snack to take with me would be bananas. Lots of energy, they keep you going for a while, and hey, ultimate disposable package.
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Whenever my family went to theme parks, beaches, etc we always brought along a backpack full of animal crackers, fruit snacks/chilled fruit, granola bars, trail mix with nuts and dried fruit, beef/turkey jerky, and little juice containers/bottled water.
Basically anything easily packageable and non-perishable will be a good bet. You can even sneak an ice pack or two in whatever tote bag you have to bring stuff that needs chilling.
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