Oh my goodness. Everything about your last post sounds SO evil-delicious!! I know how hard it can be to go to places with heaven on plates, and no calorie counters on the menus. When that happens, I usually scan the menu to check if there's a small section for "healthier alternatives". If not, just try to have a little common sense when it comes to choosing your meal.
Remember: what you're ordering might have a lot of vitamins or protein, but if it's lathered in something or fried or all wrapped up in carbful bread, the justification is pretty much gone. It's super hard, but try your best!! If you eat straight-up healthily, you can just about eat as much of it as you want. With the more tempting (and savory) meals, try to set reasonable goals without going "cold turkey" -- doing that drives me crazy. For example: If you eat reasonably bad for you foods at each meal, try cutting it back to only 2 meals. Slowlyyyyyy limit yourself so you can mentally adjust. (because it really is a mental thing in ourselves). A bit more difficult, but you can also try having ONLY 3 meals a day. No snacking, unless it's part of your meal. It's super hard, but effective. Also, don't get into the "rewarding yourself" category. I was in those shoes for far too long. It's when you've been good all day, and reward yourself with cake or a fatty, greasy, yummy something. No no! This ends in disaster, and retrains me to thinking that healthy foods all end up to desserts of some kind. >.<
Blah blah blah, regardless of all that, be sure to have fun!!! Be smart, but don't let what you eat or can't eat, get you down. Sounds like this traveling adventure is going to be fantastic!!
Keep it up and have tons of fun!!! You'll definitely be in this girl's thoughts and prayers. You can do it!