I am trying to figure out this new blog format. Meanwhile I’m looking at jobs and found a job I would love to get Getting that job, or a job similar to that, would be an answer to prayer for sure.
Today let’s return to our discussion on travel etiquette
When you travel remember that you are the guest, and that the natives are your hosts. Let them go about their daily lives. Always be kind and courteous to them Always be polite when asking for directions. Most people will be more than happy to help you out
There are always reasons for the rules people make. Don’t be a rebel and break them You never know when you might be in danger.
I know that some people just love taking selfies, and want to take as many as possible, especially when they are in a foreign country. But be mindfulwhere you take them. For example, you wouldn’t want to take a selfie at a concentration camp in Germany. It is just not respectful. Also most museums do not want you taking pictures.
Part of the reason a lot of people travel is to experience the food. You might love some of their food and not like others. Be careful not to insult their food. And always be sure to do some research on what the country you are going to visit as far as tipping.
I know you are on vacation and want to be dress comfortably. But be respectful of the country and their customs. You do not want to go into a synagogue with bare shoulders. And do not go anywhere in your pajamas, just don’t.