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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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    Re: Etiquette Tips for Staying in Hotels
    Connie - Your Question:I have been having a disagreement with my best friend and daughter. I say if you do not use all…
    22 June 2017
  • Shaza
    Re: Etiquette in New Zealand
    Living in New Zealand , I always frown upon when Chinese forget to use their manners. If you're shopping at an outdoor flea market,…
    20 June 2017
  • Connie
    Re: Etiquette Tips for Staying in Hotels
    I have been having a disagreement with my best friend and daughter. I say if you do not use all the coffee, soap,…
    20 June 2017
  • Malerin
    Re: Etiquette in Saudi Arabia
    Learning about these manners have improved my Arabic advanced search. You have my thanks and appreciated respect.
    7 March 2017
  • Malerin
    Re: Etiquette in Saudi Arabia
    Arabic is one of the un explained reasons why we should have manners. This is very accurate and would be highly recommend. ??
    7 March 2017
  • Topaz
    Re: Etiquette in Tunisia
    I would like to know why it is obligatory for a tourist to bring gifts when visiting Tunisia. I recently went to Tunisia to visit my fiancé…
    18 January 2017
  • Marsha
    Re: Etiquette in Saudi Arabia
    I will be in Jeddah for about 10 days, consulting at a university. I read above that meals occur on the floor, and I have recently had…
    18 August 2016
  • wafaa
    Re: Etiquette in The United Arab Emirates
    I am looking for someone to teach etiquette and protocol in al ain for a group of girls with the age of 7 till 12…
    11 January 2016
  • Sam
    Re: Etiquette in Thailand
    In addition to the above. Never get up onto the stage in AGoGo to dance, you will be considered a fool. Also, Thai people can be rather…
    10 October 2015
  • Tim
    Re: Etiquette in Thailand
    The Internet has on many websites incorrect information on etiquette in Thailand. Firstly, it is quite rare that a greeting will be given…
    10 October 2015
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