Posts Tagged With: perspective

Another Country Heard From

Most of my musings here at A Broad’s View are an American’s perspective on living in various foreign countries. But as we all know, it’s not the only way to see the world.

While perusing the internet yesterday I came across a different perspective:

 

 

13 Truths Egyptians Realize Traveling Abroad

via ScoopEmpire

When traveling outside of Egypt, many natives are thrown into chaos. We can’t always be prepared, but those who have traveled to any Western country will understand. And those who plan on traveling, you might learn a thing or two from this list.

 

1. There is no shatafa anywhere, and we all know the empty plastic cup by the toilet trick. So don’t place that cup near the sink. Thank you.

 

2. The price you see is what you pay; there is no bargaining. So just save yourself the embarrassment and don’t even try.

Woman looking at price tag

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