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Much of the thrill of travelling comes from steeping yourself in a foreign culture whose customs and traditions may be vastly different from the ones you're used to back home. But while confronting the unknown can be exciting, too much of it may be undesirable.
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Latest Comments
  • Nawara
    Re: Etiquette in Tunisia
    I am tunisian and i want to tell you that your fiancé lied at you. There is nothing in tunisian customs called bringing gifts to all family…
    28 March 2021
  • PR0F3T
    Re: Etiquette in Greece
    Greeks honored their dead bye first coating their bodies in oil and then put them in a tall bed so that mourners May morning then they put…
    20 January 2021
  • Hamza
    Re: Etiquette in Tunisia
    This is an answer for Topaz about gift. no its not mandatory, you can come and bring nothing. its just rude impolite and greedy from them to…
    26 August 2019
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