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6 Things You Should Never Do in Other Countries

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Almost every country in this world different culture you don’t want to look odd or Tourist while travelling world you must avoid few things which may look common to you but it’s insulting or sometimes embarrassing act in few countries.

Don’t leave a tip when travelling in Japan

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Giving tips to waiter is very normal activity in every country. But in one nation Japan tipping is customary. If your tip is refused don’t feel offended. If you want to give a tip then you should go to receptionist. Services at hotels and restaurant is exceptional in this country, however tipping could be examine as downgrading.

Don’t smile at strangers in Russia

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Seems strange but it is you shouldn’t smile at strangers in Russia because in Russia people see smiling as an intimate gesture, It indicates as a genuine closeness towards another person Russians see smiling as an intimate gesture, indicating a genuine affinity toward another person. They might consider you fake if you smile at a stranger.

Don’t talk with your hands in your pockets in Germany

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If you are planning to travel in Germany you must not talk with your hand in the pocket coz it is considered as Abusive/Rude.

Don’t eat everything on your plate in China

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While travelling in China guest don’t eat every last bite of food and leaves a little food on plate. If guest didn’t do that it indicates that host didn’t provide enough meal.

Don’t honk your horn while driving in Norway

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Honking is the thing that you should never do in Norway. In Norway Horn is only used in case of emergency.

Always say hello in France

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Always say hello in France. Bonjour madame, monsieur must be the words you say first, if you start the conversation directly people will feel that you think yourself superior or above them.

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  1. This would be beautiful on my buffet table tomorrow. The lemon and mint would really brighten up the veipees.Hapggist holiday wishes to you and your family, Mary.

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