Travel etiquette #3

I am talking to a couple of different people about jobs, so we will see what happens. Meanwhile, I’m playing and experimenting with this, trying to figure out the new platform. Anyway, let’s get back to our discussion on travel etiquette.

  • People from other countries are known for having complicated political views. You probably don’t want to get into political discussions with foreigners. Often countries will have difficult pasts when it comes to their government. If you do broach the subject of politics, you want will to be careful not to hurt the people’s feelings.
  • You may have heard that other countries do bargaining. Okay, the not first thing to remember is that bargaining is never done in your normal brick-and-mortar stores. For bargaining, you are looking for open air markets. You will always want to be respectful to the shop owners you are dealing with. And have an idea what a good price is going to be.
  • And please do not litter. This is not acceptable anywhere on earth you would go. There are some absolutely beautiful places in this world. Throwing trash on the ground is a very disrespectful thing to do. So just don’t do it.

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