Watching what you eat when you dine out on vacation doesn’t have to be annoying. You can still splurge a little, as long as you are careful about what you eat. Grilled and baked foods, for example, are generally healthier than fried foods, so opt for them when you can. Load your plate with extra veggies and fruits to keep up on your healthy calorie intake. Drink plenty of water during your meal to help you feel full faster. Also, be careful with your portions. It can be easy to over-indulge on vacation. Try to aim for frequent, smaller meals each day than a few large meals to help control your calorie intake and metabolism.